Top 10 Hacking Devices and Tools for Cybersecurity Experts 

Raspberry Pi

Raspberry Pi is a small, affordable computer that hackers often use for penetration testing and creating portable hacking kits. Its versatility and ability to run various hacking tools make it a popular choice.

Wi-Fi Pineapple

Developed by Hak5, the Wi-Fi Pineapple is a powerful tool for Wi-Fi network penetration testing. It can be used to perform man-in-the-middle attacks, capture data, and test the security of wireless networks. 

USB Rubber Ducky

The USB Rubber Ducky looks like a regular USB flash drive but acts as a keyboard when plugged into a computer. It can execute pre-written scripts to automate keystrokes and launch various attacks. 


Proxmark3 is an advanced tool for RFID and NFC hacking. It can read, write, and clone RFID tags, making it invaluable for testing the security of access control systems. 

Flipper Zero

Flipper Zero is a multi-functional hacking device that can interact with various types of access control systems, RFID, NFC, Bluetooth, and more. It’s user-friendly and portable, making it a favorite among hackers. 

Metasploit  Framework

Metasploit is a powerful penetration testing framework that helps security professionals find, exploit, and validate vulnerabilities. It is widely used for developing and executing exploit code against remote targets. 


Aircrack-ng is a suite of tools for assessing Wi-Fi network security. It includes utilities for monitoring, attacking, testing, and cracking Wi-Fi networks. 

Cain & Abel

Cain & Abel is a password recovery tool for Microsoft operating systems. It can recover various kinds of passwords by sniffing the network, cracking encrypted passwords using brute-force, cryptanalysis attacks, and more. 

Burp Suite

Burp Suite is an integrated platform for performing security testing of web applications. It includes tools for mapping the attack surface, analyzing requests and responses, and automating attacks. 


Nmap (Network Mapper) is a free and open-source utility for network discovery and security auditing. It’s widely used for network inventory, managing service upgrade schedules, and monitoring host or service uptime.