Tutorials

Evil Twin Attack with DNSMASQ – Wireless WPA2-PSK Cracking

Ever heard of an evil twin AP? An evil twin AP is like a rogue access point. The attacker creates a fake wireless AP to lure users into thinking it’s a trusted wireless network. They amplify their signal in a way where the client will automatically connect to them because the beacons are faster and […]

Tutorials

Connect Wi-Fi Network From Terminal – Kali Linux

Today, Wireless Network has become more and more present in open area or large companies and security enhancement is needed to control authentication and confidentiality. The 802.11 Working Group introduced the 802.11i amendment as the final stage of the Robust Security Network standard, superseded the old WEP technology. Today we’ll show you a detailed step by step […]

Tools

Top 5 Wireless Penetration Testing Tools

Anyone can, with the right equipment, access wireless networks (wireless local area networks, wlan’s). After all, there is no physical barrier that makes break-in attempts more difficult, as is the case with wired networks. Wireless networks therefore impose different requirements on security than wired. There are four types of security intrusions (or intrusions) on computer […]

Tutorials

Bypass Hidden SSID in a Wireless Network [Full Proof Method]

ESSID(Extended Service Set Identifier) is the sequence of characters that uniquely identify a wireless local area network. Hiding the ESSID is a poor method of attempting to achieve security through obscurity; unfortunately, the ESSID can be obtained by: Sniffing the wireless environment and waiting for a client to associate to a network and then capturing […]