How I Hacked Amazon’s $5 WiFi Button to track Baby Data
Ted Benson

Watching the network for an ARP probe seems a bit over-complicated to me. Unless you’re using a router that is bolted shut very thoroughly (or are operating your home network in IP6-only mode), you can simple follow the DHCP server’s log file. No additional always-on hardware on the WiFi needed.

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