How to (Ethically) Hack Wireless Networks

    Date20 Oct 2005
    Posted ByBenjamin D. Thomas
    In this webcast, wireless network and information security experts and authors of the book 'Hacking Wireless Networks For Dummies,' Kevin Beaver and Peter T. Davis, will discuss the latest ethical hacking techniques for testing the security of 802.11-based wireless systems. They will cover practical topics that can help you improve the security of your airwaves including 802.11 protocol weaknesses, access point and wireless client exploits, WEP and WPA problems, and more. They'll also demonstrate the latest tools for testing wireless network security, address common mistakes made when assessing wireless vulnerabilities, and share with you what it takes to create a truly solid wireless security testing program.

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