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Zigbee Network Key Sniffing

M.J. Wydra Discord: Tediore#8266 Synopsis This guide will explain how to sniff the network key from a Zigbee hub. The network key encrypts all messages sent between devices on a Zigbee network. When pairing a device, the coordinator sends the network key to the device which is encrypted with another key called the link key . There is a default link key called the well-known link key that all Zigbee devices use to encrypt the network key if no other link key is specified at the time of pairing (such as one generated with an installation code that is unique to the device being paired and is shared with the Zigbee software at the time of pairing). This guide assumes that the default link key is used. Objective Sniffing the network key from a hub can be useful when you want to see what Zigbee messages a manufacturer’s hub is sending to a paired device when performing certain actions such as changing settings on the device. This could assist you in adding that

Tuya Convert f.0 - Beginners Guide ESP8266 Transplant - TRUE Local Control

How to Easily remove the WB3S, WR3, and other MCUs and replace them with an #ESP8266 module.  Ground up from the tools and techniques to get the job done so you can run #Tasmota, ESPHome, ESPEasy, etc on your device that you paid for!  Keep it local and #GYSOOTC!  ESP8266 Code Burner (Amzn) ESP12F (choice) Hot Air Rework Station (choice) Soldering Iron (Amzn) - or Solder (Amzn) - or Flux (Amzn) - Toolkit (Amzn) - Blue Tack (Amzn) - Helping Hands (Amzn) - ⚡Ready to Go Solutions Athom Tasmota ( coupon code DIGIBLUR2 ) - How to do Zigbee - CloudFree - ⚡Resources How to Flash Tasmota - How to Flash ESPHome -