SensePost is SecureData’s independent elite consulting arm, renowned for its expertise, 19 year track record and innovation on the frontlines of cybersecurity.

With team members that include some of the world’s most preeminent cybersecurity experts, SensePost has helped governments and blue-chip companies both review and protect their information security and stay ahead of evolving threats.

SensePost is also a prolific publisher of leading research articles and tools on cybersecurity which are widely recognised and used throughout the industry and feature regularly at industry conferences including BlackHat and DefCon.

SensePost Unplugged - Modern Wi-Fi Hacking by Dominic White

Abstract

If you want to learn how to understand and compromise Wi-Fi networks, this is your course. Learning modern Wi-Fi hacking can be a pain. There is lots of outdated material for technologies we rarely see deployed in the real world anymore. Numerous tools overly rely on automation, and leave you wondering when they don't work, because neither the fundamentals nor underlying attack is understood. Even worse, some popular attacks will rarely if ever work in the real world. If you want to really understand what's going on, and master the attacks in such a way that you can vary them when you encounter real world complexities, this course will teach you what you need to know. We've been pentesting Wi-Fi networks for nearly two decades, and have built some popular Wi-Fi hacking tools such as Snoopy, MANA, wpa_sycophant, berate_ap & shinai-fi - https://w1f1.net/. This course is highly practical, with concepts taught through theory delivered while your hands are on the keyboard, and semi-self directed practicals at the end of each section to reinforce the learning. The course is hosted in a "Wi-Fi in the cloud" environment we invented several years ago, which means no more fiddling with faulty hardware or turning the classroom into a microwave.

Learning Objectives

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