Archive of tag ‘hacking’

Monday 10 September, 2012 om 15.37 door Ad  

Hacking the WiFi network of your neighbor

This article is not meant to be a hacking guide. Its only purpose is to demonstrate how easy (or difficult) it is to hack into the WiFi networks in your neighborhood. Criminals, law-enforcement officers, secret agents and alike can crack about half of these networks in about two hours, while sitting in a van near your house. You'd better know this. >> >>

Sunday 9 September, 2012 om 21.21 door Ad  

Brute-force attack on a WiFi network

WiFi is popular. People have such a network at home. ISP supply their bandwidth through WiFi and in many public places - like airports, trains, bars, hotels -  WiFi service is available. This post is the third in a series of discussing WiFi vulnerabilities. Earlier post were: >> >>

Sunday 9 September, 2012 om 17.13 door Ad  

Monitoring WiFi traffic of your neighbors

I will show how to monitor all WiFi network traffic in the range of your wireless adapter. In a previous post I have explained how to to get your wireless adapter recognized by a computer running Linux. In the following it is assumed you are running Ubuntu. Other Linux flavors require only obvious changes. >> >>