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Thanks to those who attended the Lecture at HTCIA

Posted by Xavier Ashe on November 15, 2005

I had a great time today at the High Technology Crime Investigation
Association
(HTCIA) and thank all who came out.  As promised, I
have uploaded the slides for your download (requires Acrobat 7),
with the reference pages attached at the end.  For those of you
who couldn't attend, this was a more technical and comprehensive talk
than last time.  I went over not only the technical details of the
Wi-Fi protocol, but also walk through demos on how to perform most
Wi-Fi attacks being performed in the wild.  If anyone has any
feedback or comments, please post your thoughts.  I will be doing
this talk again soon and want to improve it, so I would love to hear
from you.

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No Responses Yet to “Thanks to those who attended the Lecture at HTCIA”

  1. Anonymous said

    I am sure you don't need to hear it from me – but – Excellent presentation !!!
    One point I would like to make is that the SonicWall Wireless firewall Appliances are also worth looking at. By default, they require an IP/SEC VPN wireless connection as well as various methods of authentication. A client is required, but is provided when purchased – Windows only currently….
    I have been war-driving for almost 3 years now – kismet only – and have seen the wifi security situation change somewhat. When I started, 75% of wifi nets were unencrypted, but there were relatively few of them available. Recent drives indicate that around 50% are now encrypted – but they are everywhere. Of the 50% encrypted close to 75% of them are still using WEP…
    Of course the number of networks has increased dramatically.
    Again, very well done. I will be a regular vistor to your blog – which is also very well done.
    Kudos from Calgary Canada

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