MAKE YOUR OWN 802.11AC MONITORING HACKER GADGET
VIVEK RAMACHANDRAN, FOUNDER OF PENTESTER ACADEMY AND SECURITYTUBE.NET THOMAS D'OTREPPE, AUTHOR OF AIRCRACK-NG
802.11ac networks present a significant challenge for scalable packet sniffing and analysis. With projected speeds in the Gigabit range, USB Wi-Fi card based solutions are now obsolete! In this workshop, we will look at how to build a custom monitoring solution for 802.11ac using off the shelf access points and open source software. Our "Hacker Gadget" will address 802.11ac monitoring challenges such as channel bonding, DFS channels, spatial streams and high throughput data rates. We will also look different techniques to do live streaming analysis of 802.11 packets and derive security insights from it!
Vivek Ramachandran (Twitter: @securitytube) is the Founder and Chief Trainer at Pentester Academy. He discovered the Caffe Latte attack, broke WEP Cloaking, conceptualized enterprise Wi-Fi Backdoors, created Chellam - the world's first Wi-Fi Firewall and Chigula - a Wi-Fi data mining and IDS framework. He is also the author of multiple five star rated books which have together sold over 13,000+ copies worldwide and have been translated to multiple languages. Vivek started SecurityTube.net in 2007, a YouTube for security which current aggregates the largest collection of security research videos on the web. SecurityTube Training and Pentester Academy now serve thousands of customers from over 90 countries worldwide. Vivek's work on wireless security has been quoted in BBC online, InfoWorld, MacWorld, The Register, IT World Canada etc. places. He has spoken/trained at top conferences around the world including Black Hat USA, Europe and Abu Dhabi, Defcon, Hacktivity, Brucon, Mundo Hacker Day and others.
Thomas d'Otreppe (Twitter: @aircrackng) is a wireless security researcher and author of Aircrack-ng, the most popular and complete suite of tools for WiFi network security assessments. He also created OpenWIPS-ng, an open source Wireless Intrusion Prevention System. Thomas is a contributor to the WiFi stack and toolset in Backtrack Linux, which has now become Kali Linux, the de facto top choice Linux distribution for penetration testing and vulnerability assessment across multiple technology domains. He is also known as an author of a pro-active wireless security course which has been delivered to large numbers of IT Security professionals worldwide. Thomas speaks and teaches in the Americas and Europe and is a well-known speaker at DefCon, BlackHat, DerbyCon, SharkFest, Mundo Hacker Day, BruCON and other venues
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