WLAN Anti-Hacking Workshop — A 3 day course
WLAN is an attractive technology, public hot spots spring up all the time and the available bandwidth grows constantly. Even cheap laptops from supermarkets possess integrated WLAN Cards and routers have integrated access points. Computer abuse is a danger and can cause serious problems for IT Networks and consequently for the whole enterprise.
To secure WLANs, System administrators need fundamental knowledge regarding 'Hacking'. This is to ensure they can identify potential dangers in time and can eliminate basic problems from the beginning. So called 'wild' WLANs can be installed without the knowledge of the IT Department, we will show you how to recognised these with 'Wardriving'.
Basic knowledge operating software and networks
Linux or Unix knowledge
Publicly scheduled dates, locations, and prices
A schedule of dates for this subject is not currently available. Please call 0333 210 0140 or use our contact form to enquire about places and availability.
Installation of WLAN on Linux (or Windows) Notebooks
- Choice of cards
- Optimizing the Linux-Kernels; Bulding the modules
- Bulding WLANS in Infrastructure and ad-hoc mode
Viewing usual security mechanisms
- WEP /64/128
- MAC based
- SSID based
- Authentication over Radius; Viewing the extensions for IEEE 802.11
Theoretical analysis of the menace
- D.o.S. attacks
- MiM attacks
Practical analysis of the menace and the menace strategies
- War Driving & War Chalking Scene
- Viewing the usual hacker tools for WLANs
- Traffic Analysis in WLANs