Apple uses a variety of scans for wireless LAN/physical location information. There are Preferred Network Offload (PNO) Scans, Enhanced Preferred Network Offload (ePNO) Scans, Location Scans and Auto Join Scans. Each of these scans, while mostly identical in frame format, are used at different times and for different reasons by the device. In order to […]
You know who has no say-so in how wireless LAN keys are shared in Microsoft’s new WiFi Sense feature? The actual owner of the wireless LAN. The decision to share credentials is in the power of the connecting user, not the WLAN owner. Stupid much? I have several thousand “friends” on Facebook and more than […]
Overview In the 802.11 WLAN security world I frequently refer to pyrit as the ‘unsung hero’. Pyrit is an awesome tool that can do so much but doesn’t tend to get the recognition as more well-known tools like the aircrack-ng suite and coWPAtty. Comparing these different tools can’t really be done in an apples-to-apples fashion but […]
Like most Mac users I love the “it just works” functionality that OSX brings to the table. Microsoft die-hards hate such statements and will have their own choice words for people that say or write things like that. But I, like a lot of other people, was born and raised on Microsoft OS’ and for […]
We are getting excited about our upcoming Offensive Wifi and Mitigation Techniques class. Gear has started to arrive! Check out these Mark V Pineapples that showed up today! This class will be using these and other tools to demonstrate wifi attacks and how to prevent against them. If you would like more information, please give […]
At the request of some of our clients, ITdojo is putting together a new Wireless Security class that might be of interest to you. It is titled Offensive Wifi and Mitigation Techniques. Take a look at the course page to learn more about this hands-on, super new course! Course description is here.