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Setting up a new Wi-Fi Penetration Testing Setup

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This quick post will cover the preliminary steps of setting up a PC to begin wireless (Wi-Fi) penetration testing using a Kali Linux VM and a Wi-Fi adapter capable of packet injection (promiscuous mode). This post is NOT for someone who has no experience or for someone trying to hack their neighbors Wi-Fi for nefarious purposes or free Internet. This is an educational post for those who have some idea of what they are doing and want to get started with Wi-Fi penetration testing.

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Review and Thoughts of PTSv4 Course and eJPT Certification

  • 5 min read

On August 12th, 2019 I began studying for the Penetration Testing Student (PTS) course and achieved the correlating eLearnSecurity Junior Penetration Tester (eJPT) certification on August 18th, 2019. This post will discuss both the PTS course and eJPT exam from purchase to certification attainment.

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Checking Access Points For WIPS/WIDS Protection From Evil Twin Attacks

  • 3 min read

The premier defense for rogue access points in a wireless network is the implementation of a Wireless Intrusion Prevention System (WIPS) or Wireless Intrusion Detection System (WIDS). A quick WIPS/WIDS implementation check can be performed on any access point with a WiFi Pineapple Nano handy. This proof-of-concept will show how to check open access points for WIPS/WIDS implementation by using a WiFi Pineapple Nano. This check is both safe and legal and is a good starting point to test the WiFi Pineapple functionality and an access point for ONE of the SIX Trusted Wireless Environment common hacks - “Evil Twin” Access Points

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How To Set Up A WiFi Pineapple Nano

  • 11 min read

The WiFi Pineapple has become ubiquitous within the cyber security community and network industry professionals alike. The low price tag, easy to use PineAP GUI, and mobility have shown that Hak5 have made a product to genuinely assist with wireless security assessments. This post was originally used to reference the setup process or for those who have a dusty WiFi Pineapple sitting around, or anyone looking for help.

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WiFu and OSWP Certification Review

  • 5 min read

On May 10th, 2019, I successfully attempted and passed the Offensive Security Wireless Professional (OSWP) exam. In this post I will talk about the preliminary Offensive Security Wireless Attacks with Kali (WiFu) course, as well as my thoughts on the OSWP exam.

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Setting up a new Wi-Fi Penetration Testing Setup

  • 3 min read

This quick post will cover the preliminary steps of setting up a PC to begin wireless (Wi-Fi) penetration testing using a Kali Linux VM and a Wi-Fi adapter capable of packet injection (promiscuous mode). This post is NOT for someone who has no experience or for someone trying to hack their neighbors Wi-Fi for nefarious purposes or free Internet. This is an educational post for those who have some idea of what they are doing and want to get started with Wi-Fi penetration testing.

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Checking Access Points For WIPS/WIDS Protection From Evil Twin Attacks

  • 3 min read

The premier defense for rogue access points in a wireless network is the implementation of a Wireless Intrusion Prevention System (WIPS) or Wireless Intrusion Detection System (WIDS). A quick WIPS/WIDS implementation check can be performed on any access point with a WiFi Pineapple Nano handy. This proof-of-concept will show how to check open access points for WIPS/WIDS implementation by using a WiFi Pineapple Nano. This check is both safe and legal and is a good starting point to test the WiFi Pineapple functionality and an access point for ONE of the SIX Trusted Wireless Environment common hacks - “Evil Twin” Access Points

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How To Set Up A WiFi Pineapple Nano

  • 11 min read

The WiFi Pineapple has become ubiquitous within the cyber security community and network industry professionals alike. The low price tag, easy to use PineAP GUI, and mobility have shown that Hak5 have made a product to genuinely assist with wireless security assessments. This post was originally used to reference the setup process or for those who have a dusty WiFi Pineapple sitting around, or anyone looking for help.

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WiFu and OSWP Certification Review

  • 5 min read

On May 10th, 2019, I successfully attempted and passed the Offensive Security Wireless Professional (OSWP) exam. In this post I will talk about the preliminary Offensive Security Wireless Attacks with Kali (WiFu) course, as well as my thoughts on the OSWP exam.

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Setting up a new Wi-Fi Penetration Testing Setup

  • 3 min read

This quick post will cover the preliminary steps of setting up a PC to begin wireless (Wi-Fi) penetration testing using a Kali Linux VM and a Wi-Fi adapter capable of packet injection (promiscuous mode). This post is NOT for someone who has no experience or for someone trying to hack their neighbors Wi-Fi for nefarious purposes or free Internet. This is an educational post for those who have some idea of what they are doing and want to get started with Wi-Fi penetration testing.

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Checking Access Points For WIPS/WIDS Protection From Evil Twin Attacks

  • 3 min read

The premier defense for rogue access points in a wireless network is the implementation of a Wireless Intrusion Prevention System (WIPS) or Wireless Intrusion Detection System (WIDS). A quick WIPS/WIDS implementation check can be performed on any access point with a WiFi Pineapple Nano handy. This proof-of-concept will show how to check open access points for WIPS/WIDS implementation by using a WiFi Pineapple Nano. This check is both safe and legal and is a good starting point to test the WiFi Pineapple functionality and an access point for ONE of the SIX Trusted Wireless Environment common hacks - “Evil Twin” Access Points

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How To Set Up A WiFi Pineapple Nano

  • 11 min read

The WiFi Pineapple has become ubiquitous within the cyber security community and network industry professionals alike. The low price tag, easy to use PineAP GUI, and mobility have shown that Hak5 have made a product to genuinely assist with wireless security assessments. This post was originally used to reference the setup process or for those who have a dusty WiFi Pineapple sitting around, or anyone looking for help.

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WiFu and OSWP Certification Review

  • 5 min read

On May 10th, 2019, I successfully attempted and passed the Offensive Security Wireless Professional (OSWP) exam. In this post I will talk about the preliminary Offensive Security Wireless Attacks with Kali (WiFu) course, as well as my thoughts on the OSWP exam.

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Setting up a new Wi-Fi Penetration Testing Setup

  • 3 min read

This quick post will cover the preliminary steps of setting up a PC to begin wireless (Wi-Fi) penetration testing using a Kali Linux VM and a Wi-Fi adapter capable of packet injection (promiscuous mode). This post is NOT for someone who has no experience or for someone trying to hack their neighbors Wi-Fi for nefarious purposes or free Internet. This is an educational post for those who have some idea of what they are doing and want to get started with Wi-Fi penetration testing.

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Checking Access Points For WIPS/WIDS Protection From Evil Twin Attacks

  • 3 min read

The premier defense for rogue access points in a wireless network is the implementation of a Wireless Intrusion Prevention System (WIPS) or Wireless Intrusion Detection System (WIDS). A quick WIPS/WIDS implementation check can be performed on any access point with a WiFi Pineapple Nano handy. This proof-of-concept will show how to check open access points for WIPS/WIDS implementation by using a WiFi Pineapple Nano. This check is both safe and legal and is a good starting point to test the WiFi Pineapple functionality and an access point for ONE of the SIX Trusted Wireless Environment common hacks - “Evil Twin” Access Points

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How To Set Up A WiFi Pineapple Nano

  • 11 min read

The WiFi Pineapple has become ubiquitous within the cyber security community and network industry professionals alike. The low price tag, easy to use PineAP GUI, and mobility have shown that Hak5 have made a product to genuinely assist with wireless security assessments. This post was originally used to reference the setup process or for those who have a dusty WiFi Pineapple sitting around, or anyone looking for help.

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WiFu and OSWP Certification Review

  • 5 min read

On May 10th, 2019, I successfully attempted and passed the Offensive Security Wireless Professional (OSWP) exam. In this post I will talk about the preliminary Offensive Security Wireless Attacks with Kali (WiFu) course, as well as my thoughts on the OSWP exam.

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Setting up a new Wi-Fi Penetration Testing Setup

  • 3 min read

This quick post will cover the preliminary steps of setting up a PC to begin wireless (Wi-Fi) penetration testing using a Kali Linux VM and a Wi-Fi adapter capable of packet injection (promiscuous mode). This post is NOT for someone who has no experience or for someone trying to hack their neighbors Wi-Fi for nefarious purposes or free Internet. This is an educational post for those who have some idea of what they are doing and want to get started with Wi-Fi penetration testing.

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Checking Access Points For WIPS/WIDS Protection From Evil Twin Attacks

  • 3 min read

The premier defense for rogue access points in a wireless network is the implementation of a Wireless Intrusion Prevention System (WIPS) or Wireless Intrusion Detection System (WIDS). A quick WIPS/WIDS implementation check can be performed on any access point with a WiFi Pineapple Nano handy. This proof-of-concept will show how to check open access points for WIPS/WIDS implementation by using a WiFi Pineapple Nano. This check is both safe and legal and is a good starting point to test the WiFi Pineapple functionality and an access point for ONE of the SIX Trusted Wireless Environment common hacks - “Evil Twin” Access Points

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How To Set Up A WiFi Pineapple Nano

  • 11 min read

The WiFi Pineapple has become ubiquitous within the cyber security community and network industry professionals alike. The low price tag, easy to use PineAP GUI, and mobility have shown that Hak5 have made a product to genuinely assist with wireless security assessments. This post was originally used to reference the setup process or for those who have a dusty WiFi Pineapple sitting around, or anyone looking for help.

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WiFu and OSWP Certification Review

  • 5 min read

On May 10th, 2019, I successfully attempted and passed the Offensive Security Wireless Professional (OSWP) exam. In this post I will talk about the preliminary Offensive Security Wireless Attacks with Kali (WiFu) course, as well as my thoughts on the OSWP exam.

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Setting up a new Wi-Fi Penetration Testing Setup

  • 3 min read

This quick post will cover the preliminary steps of setting up a PC to begin wireless (Wi-Fi) penetration testing using a Kali Linux VM and a Wi-Fi adapter capable of packet injection (promiscuous mode). This post is NOT for someone who has no experience or for someone trying to hack their neighbors Wi-Fi for nefarious purposes or free Internet. This is an educational post for those who have some idea of what they are doing and want to get started with Wi-Fi penetration testing.

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Checking Access Points For WIPS/WIDS Protection From Evil Twin Attacks

  • 3 min read

The premier defense for rogue access points in a wireless network is the implementation of a Wireless Intrusion Prevention System (WIPS) or Wireless Intrusion Detection System (WIDS). A quick WIPS/WIDS implementation check can be performed on any access point with a WiFi Pineapple Nano handy. This proof-of-concept will show how to check open access points for WIPS/WIDS implementation by using a WiFi Pineapple Nano. This check is both safe and legal and is a good starting point to test the WiFi Pineapple functionality and an access point for ONE of the SIX Trusted Wireless Environment common hacks - “Evil Twin” Access Points

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How To Set Up A WiFi Pineapple Nano

  • 11 min read

The WiFi Pineapple has become ubiquitous within the cyber security community and network industry professionals alike. The low price tag, easy to use PineAP GUI, and mobility have shown that Hak5 have made a product to genuinely assist with wireless security assessments. This post was originally used to reference the setup process or for those who have a dusty WiFi Pineapple sitting around, or anyone looking for help.

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How To Set Up A WiFi Pineapple Nano

  • 11 min read

The WiFi Pineapple has become ubiquitous within the cyber security community and network industry professionals alike. The low price tag, easy to use PineAP GUI, and mobility have shown that Hak5 have made a product to genuinely assist with wireless security assessments. This post was originally used to reference the setup process or for those who have a dusty WiFi Pineapple sitting around, or anyone looking for help.

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Setting up a new Wi-Fi Penetration Testing Setup

  • 3 min read

This quick post will cover the preliminary steps of setting up a PC to begin wireless (Wi-Fi) penetration testing using a Kali Linux VM and a Wi-Fi adapter capable of packet injection (promiscuous mode). This post is NOT for someone who has no experience or for someone trying to hack their neighbors Wi-Fi for nefarious purposes or free Internet. This is an educational post for those who have some idea of what they are doing and want to get started with Wi-Fi penetration testing.

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Review and Thoughts of PTSv4 Course and eJPT Certification

  • 5 min read

On August 12th, 2019 I began studying for the Penetration Testing Student (PTS) course and achieved the correlating eLearnSecurity Junior Penetration Tester (eJPT) certification on August 18th, 2019. This post will discuss both the PTS course and eJPT exam from purchase to certification attainment.

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Setting up a new Wi-Fi Penetration Testing Setup

  • 3 min read

This quick post will cover the preliminary steps of setting up a PC to begin wireless (Wi-Fi) penetration testing using a Kali Linux VM and a Wi-Fi adapter capable of packet injection (promiscuous mode). This post is NOT for someone who has no experience or for someone trying to hack their neighbors Wi-Fi for nefarious purposes or free Internet. This is an educational post for those who have some idea of what they are doing and want to get started with Wi-Fi penetration testing.

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Review and Thoughts of PTSv4 Course and eJPT Certification

  • 5 min read

On August 12th, 2019 I began studying for the Penetration Testing Student (PTS) course and achieved the correlating eLearnSecurity Junior Penetration Tester (eJPT) certification on August 18th, 2019. This post will discuss both the PTS course and eJPT exam from purchase to certification attainment.

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WiFu and OSWP Certification Review

  • 5 min read

On May 10th, 2019, I successfully attempted and passed the Offensive Security Wireless Professional (OSWP) exam. In this post I will talk about the preliminary Offensive Security Wireless Attacks with Kali (WiFu) course, as well as my thoughts on the OSWP exam.

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Review and Thoughts of PTSv4 Course and eJPT Certification

  • 5 min read

On August 12th, 2019 I began studying for the Penetration Testing Student (PTS) course and achieved the correlating eLearnSecurity Junior Penetration Tester (eJPT) certification on August 18th, 2019. This post will discuss both the PTS course and eJPT exam from purchase to certification attainment.

Read More

WiFu and OSWP Certification Review

  • 5 min read

On May 10th, 2019, I successfully attempted and passed the Offensive Security Wireless Professional (OSWP) exam. In this post I will talk about the preliminary Offensive Security Wireless Attacks with Kali (WiFu) course, as well as my thoughts on the OSWP exam.

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How To Set Up A WiFi Pineapple Nano

  • 11 min read

The WiFi Pineapple has become ubiquitous within the cyber security community and network industry professionals alike. The low price tag, easy to use PineAP GUI, and mobility have shown that Hak5 have made a product to genuinely assist with wireless security assessments. This post was originally used to reference the setup process or for those who have a dusty WiFi Pineapple sitting around, or anyone looking for help.

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Checking Access Points For WIPS/WIDS Protection From Evil Twin Attacks

  • 3 min read

The premier defense for rogue access points in a wireless network is the implementation of a Wireless Intrusion Prevention System (WIPS) or Wireless Intrusion Detection System (WIDS). A quick WIPS/WIDS implementation check can be performed on any access point with a WiFi Pineapple Nano handy. This proof-of-concept will show how to check open access points for WIPS/WIDS implementation by using a WiFi Pineapple Nano. This check is both safe and legal and is a good starting point to test the WiFi Pineapple functionality and an access point for ONE of the SIX Trusted Wireless Environment common hacks - “Evil Twin” Access Points

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How To Set Up A WiFi Pineapple Nano

  • 11 min read

The WiFi Pineapple has become ubiquitous within the cyber security community and network industry professionals alike. The low price tag, easy to use PineAP GUI, and mobility have shown that Hak5 have made a product to genuinely assist with wireless security assessments. This post was originally used to reference the setup process or for those who have a dusty WiFi Pineapple sitting around, or anyone looking for help.

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How To Set Up A WiFi Pineapple Nano

  • 11 min read

The WiFi Pineapple has become ubiquitous within the cyber security community and network industry professionals alike. The low price tag, easy to use PineAP GUI, and mobility have shown that Hak5 have made a product to genuinely assist with wireless security assessments. This post was originally used to reference the setup process or for those who have a dusty WiFi Pineapple sitting around, or anyone looking for help.

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How To Set Up A WiFi Pineapple Nano

  • 11 min read

The WiFi Pineapple has become ubiquitous within the cyber security community and network industry professionals alike. The low price tag, easy to use PineAP GUI, and mobility have shown that Hak5 have made a product to genuinely assist with wireless security assessments. This post was originally used to reference the setup process or for those who have a dusty WiFi Pineapple sitting around, or anyone looking for help.

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Checking Access Points For WIPS/WIDS Protection From Evil Twin Attacks

  • 3 min read

The premier defense for rogue access points in a wireless network is the implementation of a Wireless Intrusion Prevention System (WIPS) or Wireless Intrusion Detection System (WIDS). A quick WIPS/WIDS implementation check can be performed on any access point with a WiFi Pineapple Nano handy. This proof-of-concept will show how to check open access points for WIPS/WIDS implementation by using a WiFi Pineapple Nano. This check is both safe and legal and is a good starting point to test the WiFi Pineapple functionality and an access point for ONE of the SIX Trusted Wireless Environment common hacks - “Evil Twin” Access Points

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Checking Access Points For WIPS/WIDS Protection From Evil Twin Attacks

  • 3 min read

The premier defense for rogue access points in a wireless network is the implementation of a Wireless Intrusion Prevention System (WIPS) or Wireless Intrusion Detection System (WIDS). A quick WIPS/WIDS implementation check can be performed on any access point with a WiFi Pineapple Nano handy. This proof-of-concept will show how to check open access points for WIPS/WIDS implementation by using a WiFi Pineapple Nano. This check is both safe and legal and is a good starting point to test the WiFi Pineapple functionality and an access point for ONE of the SIX Trusted Wireless Environment common hacks - “Evil Twin” Access Points

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