Category: Network Security

Read about how security administrators protect their networks .

PenTest Edition: Cracking Strong WPA2 Wi-Fi Passwords Using Fluxion

Fluxion Is The Future! Fluxion is accurately just a Wi-Fi analysis tool that comes with a list of very useful penetration testing programs, such as Aircrack-ng, Aireplay-ng, Airodump-ng, awk, bully, curl, dhcpd, hostapd, lighttpd etc. It is a remake of linset by vk496, available on Github. Unlike many other Wi-Fi analysis tools that use a dictionary ...

Wi-Fi Networks to Receive a Massive Security Upgrade: Wi-Fi Alliance Launches WPA3

Yesterday, the Wi-Fi Alliance announced the long-awaited, next generation in Wi-Fi security, WPA3. After 15 years, WPA3 will now begin to replace the existing WPA2 protocol, which is currently used by billions of wireless devices every day. For quite some time, WPA2 has long been considered insecure. It has always been vulnerable to brute force ...

PenTest Edition: Capture Images That Network Users Are Looking at Using Driftnet and WebSploit

WebSploit is an advanced MitM framework of penetration testing tools used to assess wired/wireless network security, web vulnerabilities, and exploitation techniques. This demonstration uses the network/mitm module to set up a Man-in-the-Middle (MitM) attack between the target and the gateway in addition to using Driftnet to steal any unencrypted (and possibly encrypted) images that the ...

KRACK Attacks: Key Reinstallation AttaCKs that Break WPA2

This is something I covered last year, but I wanted to go more in-depth in this topic now that there is more information on it. Our Wi-Fi wireless networks are currently protected by a security encryption protocol called "Wi-Fi Protected Access 2 (WPA2)." In the previous decades before, our wireless networks depended on a legacy ...