More Than 5 Hours of Video Instruction
More than 5 hours of video instruction to help you learn the skills necessary to perform advanced penetration testing of wireless networks and Internet of Things (IoT) devices.
Wireless Networks, IoT, and Mobile Devices Hacking provides step-by-step real-life, advanced scenarios of performing security assessments (penetration testing) of wireless networks and how to perform security posture assessments of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies and solutions. You also learn how to perform security posture assessments of mobile devices, such as smartphones, tablets, and wearables.
Get step-by-step guidance so you can learn ethical hacking, penetration testing, and security posture assessment. You also learn the various concepts associated with many different leading-edge offensive security skills in the industry. Full of multimedia tutorials and hands-on demos that users can apply to real-world scenarios, this is a must for anyone interested in pursuing an ethical hacking career.
Resources: This is part of The Art of Hacking Series. Other titles in this series are:
Security Penetration Testing The Art of Hacking Series LiveLessons
- Introduction to wireless technologies and protocols
- Wireless infrastructure attacks
- Wireless client attacks
- Building your lab and attack hardware
- Cracking WEP
- Hacking WPA
- Performing wireless reconnaissance
- Evil twins and rogue access points
- Bluetooth security assessment and monitoring
- NFC security assessment
- Wireless defenses
- Performing security assessments of IoT devices
- Mobile device security
- Hacking Android devices
- Hacking iOS devices
About the Instructor
Omar Santos is an active member of the cybersecurity community, where he leads several industry-wide initiatives and standards bodies. He is a principal engineer of the Cisco Product Security Incident Response Team (PSIRT), where he mentors and leads engineers and incident managers during the investigation and resolution of cybersecurity vulnerabilities. He is the author of several cybersecurity books and video courses.
Learn How To
Who Should Take This Course
- Build your own wireless hacking labs and know what type of hardware you can use to perform wireless hacking
- Use several open-source tools, such as Aircrack-ng
- Crack WEP and examine different attacks against WPA
- Perform wireless reconnaissance
- Perform evil twin attacks, creating rogue access points
- Performing security assessments of Bluetooth and NFC implementations
- Any network and security professional who is starting a career in ethical hacking and penetration testing
- Individuals preparing for the CompTIA PenTest+, the Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), Offensive Security Certified Professional (OSCP), and any other ethical hacking certification
- Any cybersecurity professional who wants to learn the skills required to becoming a professional ethical hacker or who wants to learn more about general security penetration testing methodologies and concepts.
Requires basic knowledge of networking and cybersecurity concepts and technologies.
Lesson 1 reviews the different wireless standards and technologies, including the 802.11 standard, Bluetooth, and NFC, and covers what 802.1x is and the different wireless authentication mechanisms that exist in the industry.
Lesson 2 reviews different wireless client attacks and what motivates threat actors to launch these attacks against their victims.
Lesson 3 goes over several tips on how to build a lab, reviewing different types of wireless antennas and wireless hacking devices, such as the pineapple.
Lesson 4 discusses the Aircrack-ng suite of tools. These tools include Airmon, Airodump, Aireplay, Airdecap, Airserv, and Airtun.
Lesson 5 introduces Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) and then examines how to hack it or crack it and obtain the password of a wireless device running WEP.
Lesson 6 demonstrates the fundamentals of the WPA version 1 and version 2 protocols and discusses the different attacks against WPA2-PSK networks.
Lesson 7 shows how to use tools like CAPR, CPG, Kismet, and GISKismet to perform wireless reconnaissance.
Lesson 8 introduces evil twin attacks and then teaches how to perform those types of attacks.
Lesson 9 starts by going over different examples of Bluetooth vulnerabilities and then covers different tools for Bluetooth hacking.
Lesson 10 reviews several examples of NFC vulnerabilities and covers different attacks against NFC implementations.
Lesson 11 covers the evolution of wireless defenses along with details about fast and secure roaming. It also discusses wireless intrusion monitoring and prevention.
Lesson 12 starts with the fundamentals of IoT technologies and reviews how to perform security assessments of IoT protocols and implementations like ZigBee, INSTEON, ZWave, and LoRA.
Lesson 13 explores the different mobile device vulnerabilities that are categorized by OWASP.
Lesson 14 starts by going over the Android security model and then explores different Android emulators and software development kits (SDKs).
Lesson 15 introduces Apple iOS security, how to jailbreak iOS devices, and how to disassemble iOS applications.
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