About the course
Test your wireless network's security and master advanced wireless penetration techniques using Kali Linux.
Kali Linux is a Debian-based Linux distribution designed primarily for Penetration Testing and Digital Forensics. It gives access to a large collection of security-related tools for professional security testing.
In this course, you will be discussing the different variety of tools and techniques to find hidden wireless networks and Bluetooth devices. You will learn how to enumerate the wireless network, cracking passwords, getting connected to any vulnerable wireless network and Bluetooth device. All the exercise in this course will be hands-on throughout this training.
The end goal of this course is to be able to connect, enumerate, extract information to any wireless-enabled device and network by utilizing various tools and software programs.
Style and Approach
This video course uses a step-by-step approach via real-world attack scenarios to help you master wireless penetration testing techniques.
What You Will Learn
- Get familiar with Wi-Fi network protocols
- Find open and hidden SSID's and crack Wi-Fi passwords
- Perform a Man in the Middle attack
- Curate a DoS attack on our victim
- Scan for all nearby Bluetooth devices
- Hack all Bluetooth devices
Aubrey Love II
Certified website master, avid hacktivist, and active journalist, Aubrey started his programming career on a Commodore Vic-20 in which he built his first Hello World app. He has built several websites, mobile apps, and Windows applications. On his journeys, he has been a Linux System Administrator, Ethical Hacker, Website Master, Mobile Developer, Application Creator, and Game Developer.
Vijay Kumar Velu
Vijay Kumar Velu is a passionate information security practitioner, author, speaker, and blogger. He is currently working as associate director in one of the Big4 based in Malaysia. He has more than 11 years of IT industry experience, is a licensed penetration tester, and has specialized in providing technical solutions to a variety of cyber problems, ranging from simple security configuration reviews to cyber threat intelligence and incident response. He also holds multiple security qualifications, including Certified Ethical Hacker, EC-council Certified Security Analyst, and Computer Hacking Forensics Investigator.
Vijay has been invited to speak at the National Cyber Security Summit (NCSS), Indian Cyber Conference (InCyCon), Open Cloud Conference, and other ethical hacking conferences held in India, and he has also delivered multiple guest lectures and training on the importance of information security at various business schools in India.
He has authored a book entitled Mobile Application Penetration Testing, and also reviewed Learning Android Forensics, Packt Publishing.
For the information security community, Vijay serves as a member of the board in Kuala Lumpur for Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) and the chair member of the National Cyber Defense and Research Center (NCDRC) in India. Outside work, he enjoys playing music and doing charity.
Vijay is an early adopter of technology and always listens to any crazy ideas—so if you have an innovative idea, product, or service, do not hesitate to drop him a line.
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