Kali Linux Advanced Wireless Penetration Testing [Video]
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.
|Course Length||4 hours 3 minutes|
|Date Of Publication||2 May 2018|
|NetworkMiner – Extract Files and Data|
|DarkStat – Analyzing Network Traffic|
|Wireless Network Detector and Sniffer|
|ArpSpoof – Setup Between Our Victim and Router|
|DriftNet – Displaying Victims Image Traffic|
|URLSnarf – Capturing Website Information/Data|
|BlueLog – Scanning for Bluetooth Devices in the Area|
|RedFang – Find Hidden Bluetooth Devices|
|Spooftooph – Bluetooth Spoofing|
|Bluesnarfing – Extract Data from Target|
|BlueJacking – Sending a Business Card to Target|
|Bluebugging – Taking Control Over Target|