Monday, 17 November 2014

Want To Learn Wi-Fi Hacking? Here Are 10 Good Websites For You!

Well, if you fancy some ethical hacking, it's time you get trained in all its aspects. Here we bring to you 10 websites where you can learn a thing or two about Wi-Fi hacking.

Ethical Hacking, Wi Fi Hacking, WildPackets, Wireshark, Cracking WEP Using Backtrack, Ethical Hacker Network, backtrack-Linux, , Wi-foo, Wirelessdefence, WPA/WPA2




1.WildPackets

WildPackets Inc, founded in 1990, develops hardware and software solutions that drive network performance, enabling organisations of all sizes to analyse, troubleshoot, optimise, and secure their wired and wireless networks.

2.Wireshark

Wireshark is the world's foremost network protocol analyser. It lets you see what's happening on your network at a microscopic level. It is the de facto standard across many industries and educational institutions.

3.Cracking WEP Using Backtrack: A Beginner’s Guide

This tutorial is intended for user’s with little or no experience with linux or wifi. The folks over at remote-exploit have released “Backtrack” a tool which makes it ridiculously easy to access any network secured by WEP encryption. This tutorial aims to guide you through the process of using it effectively.

4.How To Crack WEP and WPA Wireless Networks

With the popularity of wireless networks and mobile computing, an overall understanding of common security issues has become not only relevant, but very necessary for both home/SOHO users and IT professionals alike. This article is aimed at illustrating current security flaws in WEP/WPA/WPA2.

5.Ethical Hacker Network

The Ethical Hacker Network is the brainchild of Donald C. Donzal of The Digital Construction Company. While looking for information on advancing one’s career in the security arena of IT, he found that there was no single place to find and cross reference information on the numerous credentials now available. Security is the hot topic of the day, and there is a plethora of information out there. Don saw this as an opportunity and launched CSP Mag.

6.Backtrack-Linux.org

BackTrack is a Linux-based penetration testing arsenal that aids security professionals in the ability to perform assessments in a purely native environment dedicated to hacking.

7.Wi-foo

Provides a list of tools we commonly use in pentesting wireless networks or just wardriving for fun and no profit. All these tools are covered in the book in sufficient details.

8.Wirelessdefence.org

Wirelessdefence.org is a collection of 'top tips' for the auditing of 802.11 networks and is an attempt to provide a 'one stop shop' for common tasks encountered by new and forgetful Wireless Security Auditors.

9.Hacking Techniques in Wireless Networks

This article describes IEEE 802.11-specific hacking techniques that attackers have used, and suggests various defensive measures. It describes sniffing, spoofing and probing in the context of wireless networks.

10.How To Crack WPA / WPA2

The world has changed since Brandon Teska's original WPA/WPA2 Cracking tutorial was written in 2008. While there are some wireless networks still using WEP, there has been a mass migration to WPA2-AES wireless security. A key reason for this move is 802.11n, which requires WPA2/AES security enabled in order to access link rates over 54 Mbps.
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