A couple of months back, I walked past a friend who was working furiously on her laptop. It was her red BackTrack wallpaper that caught my attention. Being curious, I proceeded to ask her opinion on BackTrack 5 as I have yet to get my hands on those. It turns out that this was her first BackTrack and she was still exploring with the tools.
Earlier of the week, Larry Pesce, co-host of PaulDotCom and Senior Consultant at NWN Corporation, presented at SANS APAC Series on How Attackers Exploit Modern “Secure” Wireless Networks. As wireless networks security improves, with better encryption and authentication services, attackers have to change tactics from just simply exploiting WEP. Wireless attacks is not just cracking
WPA or WPA2 security protocol can be used to prevent hackers and other unauthorised people from accessing wireless networks or even viewing traffic sent over them, but only when end users choose strong passwords. WPA and WPA2 use an extremely robust password-storage regimen that significantly slows the speed of automated cracking programs. By using the
Alright, here is the review of the WiFi pineapple. Because there are simply too many awesome avenues to explore on the WiFi Pineapple I will touch on just three items today (Sorry folks!). But, I will follow up with more demos in the days to come. But before I jump into the 3 topics here
The much anticipated hardware has landed on my door step today! So what is WiFi Pineapple? Visit: www.wifipineapple.com This Package includes: 1 WiFi Pineapple MARK IV 1 WiFi Pineapple Handbook (The Hotspot Honeypot) 1 Antenna RP-SMA 1 Retractable RJ45 LAN cable 1 AC to DC power adaptor (Taiwan Standard Socket, adapted required) Extra Order 1