Code for DC CryptoParty Agenda | June 11, 2019
WiFi Security with Austin
Bring your phone, tablet, computer, or pen/paper to follow along!
Code for DC CryptoParty Ethos Privacy is a fundamental human right. It is recognized in many countries to be as central to individual human dignity and social values as Freedom of Association and Freedom of Speech. Privacy is where we draw the line on how far a society can intrude into our personal lives. It is user-defined and varies between individuals. You are the steward of your identity. You are the only person who has the right to disclose your personal story.
Note: Do NOT attempt todays session on WiFi Networks that you do not own or have written authorization from the network owner.
- Discuss different standards for WiFi Security and encryption
- Demonstrate sniffing on an unencrypted WiFi Network
- Demonstrate how WEP has been bypassed
- Show how attacks against WPA2 Personal networks are conducted
- Talk about the history of WiFi Security
- Show unencrypted WiFi traffic
- Show WEP vulnerabilities
- Look at a WPA2 Personal network
- Kali Linux with a WiFi card
- I will be using the TP-Link TL-WN722N
- This may work with the card in your laptop
- Kali Linux Tools include
- WiFi networks that we are authorized to Sniff and Break the encryption on
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