WiFi Exploitation 101, our new course is available as a live class
and we revamped our website
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Our brand new course, WiFi Exploitation 101, is now available as a live online 1-day class, with 10 hands-on labs.
It is composed of lectures, demos, and hands-on labs and was created and will be taught by Thomas d'Otreppe de Bouvette, the author of Aircrack-ng, a popular WiFi penetration testing suite.
It is packed with labs to reinforce the different topics taught in this class, and half the time will be spent practicing them. The class are small, and limited to 16 students, in order to be able to give attention to each student for them to learn effectively the materials taught.
The following topics are covered in the course:
- IEEE 802.11 and the WiFi Alliance
- Channels and frequencies
- Regulatory Domain
- Network structure, terminology, and modes
- Encryption on Wi-Fi networks
- OS, drivers, and Wi-Fi hardware
- State machine and introduction to 802.11 frames
- Penetration testing distributions
- Wi-Fi adapter capabilities
- Packet capture and injection
- WPA and its handshakes
- WPA-PSK and exploitation
- Rogue Access Points
- Wordlist generation
- WPA Enterprise and exploitation
Two dates are currently available:
A limited number of seats are available at $399 for early birds, for each of the dates. Regular pricing is $499.
Along with the class, you will get access to a private alumni-only section in our WiFi and wireless security communities: in the forum and in Discord.
A lot more details about it can be found in our newly revamped website.
We are also offering it as a private class for organizations, contact us for more details.
It will also be available as a self-paced course at a later time, and if you'd like to be notified when it becomes available, you can sign up here.
Our website got a complete make over. Going from a landing page to a multi-page website with details about us and the services we offer, as well as the course information, registration, and a FAQ. Finally, it also briefly explains how to use our WiFi penetration testing container.