Wireless Pentesting Part 4 – Performing an Actual Wireless Pentest


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      Phillip Wylie

      EH-Net - Wylie - Wireless Pentesting Part 3 - Common Wireless Attacks

      In the previous article of this series, “Wireless Pentesting Part 3 – Common Wireless Attacks”, we discussed various scenarios to give you a better grasp of how wireless networks and clients can be attacked. The real possibility of a compromise of your systems is the reason we need to test for vulnerabilities and see if they can be exploited during a wireless pentest. Successful exploitation of wireless vulnerabilities is just the beginning of what a cybercriminal could do or the sensitive information they could access.

      In this fourth and final part of the series, we are going to discuss how to conduct a wireless network pentest. This article will bring together what has been discussed up to this point. Once you are finished with this series, you should have a better idea on how to conduct wireless pentests and be prepared to do a pentest after some practice in a lab setting.

      [See the full article at: Wireless Pentesting Part 4 – Performing an Actual Wireless Pentest]

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      Marilyn Fox

      Cool article! In general, of course, you have to be really a pro to be able to explain such complex information in such an accessible way.

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