The first comment under this question states: There are "smart jammer" techniques that are designed to mess with the protocol operations, not overwhelm the receiver with noise (e.g., for 802.11, ...
I was able to sniff the EAP packets from the attacker machine with a wireless card on p-mode, however i was not able to sniff this data off the user using the same card under windows. Wireshark, did ...
Does anyone know of a database that lists the range of MAC addresses that are assigned to each particular brand of router? I would like to use this information for fingerprinting. I know I can find ...
Before I ask for some advice, please don't assume I'm a script kiddie or such. This is for one of my wireless security class (CSS 1015). It's a Saturday class and only 6 students are in the class ...
During a recent visit to a coffee shop, I noticed that they hadn't bothered changing their default user name and password for their router. I realise that someone could log on and be annoying to ...