PART IIIInfrastructure Hacking


Wireless technology is evident in almost every part of our lives—from the infrared (IR) remote on your TV to the wireless laptop you roam around the house with to the Bluetooth keyboard used to type this very text. Wireless access is here to stay. This newfound freedom is amazingly liberating; however, it is not without danger. As is generally the case, new functionality, features, or complexities often lead to security problems. The demand for wireless access has been so great that both vendors and security practitioners have been unable to keep up. Thus, the first incarnations of 802.11 devices have had a slew of fundamental design flaws down to their core or protocol level. Here, we ...

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