Wireless security topics including 802.11, Bluetooth, and others.

learn more… | top users | synonyms

0
votes
3answers
641 views

Attack vectors opened simultaneous wireless and wired networks

I've seen some contention around the issue of whether or not wireless connections should be disabled in an environment where a wired domain and unregulated wireless network are both present. What ...
0
votes
3answers
591 views

Do i need to have Airpcap?

Hi I am learning system security in an online course, in a practical experiment I tried to monitor the traffic through my router using wireshark1.10.3 but i have a feeling that it only sensing traffic ...
0
votes
1answer
112 views

Are there any Layer 2 Wifi RFC proposals that isolate each connection from each other? (like a switch)

It's my understanding that everyone on the same Wifi protocol has full access to each other host that it is connected to. Is there any Wifi technology that allows for partitioning and isolation of ...
0
votes
3answers
956 views

Reaver returns different WPS PSK and AP SSID each time it finds correct PIN

I am testing a router for vulnerability, and I've noticed an interesting anomaly. It isn't the first time I noticed it, either. When entering the right PIN, Reaver will return with a different PSK and ...
0
votes
1answer
65 views

Creating a secure home network - Which firm ware should I use and how should I configure my firewall?

I am starting to take on more and more enterprise clients while working remotely from my home office. I have a pretty secure network at the moment, but I have a lot hardware that I am not using and ...
0
votes
1answer
636 views

Security of Moblie Hotspot (4G LTE, WiFi) vs. Apartment Complex Cable Internet

The overwhelming majority of my banking is done online. As such, I try to be as cautious as possible. I am moving into a new apartment in a few months which offers internet. (I am not sure whether it ...
0
votes
1answer
92 views

Is MS-CHAPv2 incompatible with securely stored passwords?

I have a directory service that can speak a number of protocols and is used for user authentication. Currently user credentials are stored using Bcrypt to protect them in case of a compromised ...
0
votes
2answers
74 views

Can I communicate with a wireless device, without logging in the same LAN?

Suppose there are three devices: WPA2 protected AP linux laptop, accessing internet through tha AP linux laptop, not connected to the AP I own the third device and do not know the AP's password. I ...
0
votes
1answer
227 views

How do I map all active wireless devices inbound?

In any residential building, there is a multitude of WPA2-protected wireless access points. Yesterday I was at a friend's and attempted to launch aircrack-ng against their AP (with permission). I ...
0
votes
2answers
482 views

Is there a way to configure WPA2-PSK to provide Forward Secrecy?

Is there a way to secure an wireless connection against a decryption attack where the PSK is known (E.G. Airdecap-NG)? Is it possible to configure Forward Secrecy on 802.11 Wireless Connections?
0
votes
0answers
19 views

Is there any way possible that a Digital certificate is issued by admin on wireless channel?

I want that an admin who is working in a wireless environment have to issue digital certificate to the node, who wants to register itself with the network. this certificate will be used by user to ...
0
votes
1answer
123 views

Installed some software over a public insecure wireless network — should I consider myself compromised?

A couple months earlier, I made the mistake of downloading some software over an insecure wireless network and running it without checking its integrity. I am now considering reinstalling my system, ...
0
votes
2answers
310 views

Cookie stealing, what prevents a rogue wireless AP from stealing website cookies?

If you set up a rogue AP with the same SSID as a commonly-known wireless access point, what prevents you from forging DNS queries answering with your own web server and stealing people's login ...
-1
votes
3answers
62 views

Can AES encryption prevent modifying bits in a wireless protocol?

I'm building an application with NFC which is a wireless communication protocol. An attacker can modify bits in a wireless communication protocol. I want to prevent this. I know we can't prevent an ...
-1
votes
1answer
126 views

If there is no handshake, then it is worthless to check for passwords?

# aircrack-ng output-01.cap Opening output-01.cap Read 31484 packets. # BSSID ESSID Encryption 1 00:11:22:33:44:55 SSIDHERE WPA (0 ...
-1
votes
1answer
74 views

Sharing of Wireless Security and Encryption Settings

Frequently I try to connect to various wireless networks and spend more time trying to determine the correct settings (WPA or WPA2? Personal or Enterprise? and so on) than anything else. Why isn't ...
-1
votes
3answers
100 views

What's the most secure way to send information from one device to another?

I need to send sensitive information from one piece of hardware to another. I was thinking wifi, but if someone obtains the password, it wouldn't be encrypted. I don't think you can use ssl unless ...
-1
votes
0answers
123 views

The project Bully (reaver alternative) WPS vulnerability assessment utility [closed]

Bully (reaver alternative) Bully v1.0-22 is WPS vulnerability assessment utility ( Brute force tools crack Wi-Fi security in hours ) The project is maintained by offensive security and is available ...
-1
votes
1answer
250 views

How can I trace MAC address of not asosciated devices in my WiFi network?

I'm looking for hints to solve my problem. I would like to trace all devices that are in my surroundings. I know how do it when someone already access to my WiFi network, but I'm also interested to ...
-2
votes
2answers
5k views

What are the methods to crack WPA and WPA2? [closed]

Is there any method other than brute force and dictionary attacks to break WPA and WPA2?
-3
votes
2answers
262 views

How do cellphones discover wireless APs? [closed]

I'm trying to find some information on how cellphones discover which wireless networks are in range? Is it via ARP or DHCP discover? Also how often does a cellphone do this polling? I can't find any ...
-3
votes
3answers
190 views

wireless security concern [closed]

My small office has Netgear Router (N300 DGN2200). I had it secured using "password" . So any computer which needed access had to give the security password. But today a outsider accessed my router ...
-3
votes
1answer
234 views

Can i apply the 270Mbps mode on my Netgear CBVG834G or increase frequency range? [closed]

I have a two floor apartment and my router is downstairs. My reception is lousy on the 1st floor and I am trying to find a solution without having to buy new equipment. I've tried to change the ...
-4
votes
2answers
212 views

What kind of Wi-Fi security protocol does not use encryption?

I need to sniff HTTP packet over the WiFi network. What kind of WiFi security protocol does not use encryption? I mean if I capture the WiFi packets, no effort required to decrypt wireless packets and ...
-4
votes
1answer
59 views

Is there any way to hack the password of my neighbour WPA-PSK and WEP connection [on hold]

Is there any way to hack the password of my neighbour WPA-PSK and WEP connection of WI-FI without using a keylogger. I tried a lots of softwares and efforts but unsuccessful. Can any one suggest. I ...
-4
votes
1answer
302 views

How to prevent malware infection and file accessibility through a wireless router? [duplicate]

The answer suggested in the 'duplicate' is about a different issue. But since my original wording of the question seems to have not been clear - here's a second attempt: Is there any danger of any of ...
-4
votes
2answers
165 views

How to camouflage the IP packages in a Home share wireless router? [duplicate]

I want to be able to hide my IP packages at best connecting to my router that I am sharing with other people in my house. Is it possible? Can I encapsulate them and let them unreadable?
-6
votes
1answer
1k views

Hack a LAN with low security [closed]

In our university users have to use VPN to connect to internet.But for local works(like login to university website,checking their university accounts) VPN is not needed.And as I know we have ...