Learn the in's and out's of hardware honey-pot hacking from Hak5's Darren Kitchen in this step-by-step hands-on WiFi Hacking workshop. From the basics of 802.11 frames to embedded linux driver hacking, participants will learn WiFi hacking from the ground up. Hardware will be provided and can be kept for a fee.
Further instruction will include advanced usage techniques such as 3G dialing, reverse SSH tunneling, covert concealment, packet sniffing and other man-in-the-middle tools, WPA cracking and more. An array of WiFi "victim" devices will be on hand for your exploiting pleasure.
Laptop with 1 Ethernet and 1 WiFi interface running Linux preferred. Mac and Windows are cool too :)
Darren Kitchen is the host, producer and founder of the online web series Hak5. Since 2005 his show has inspired a generation of technology enthusiasts, IT gurus and computer hackers. Hak5 is the longest running show on the Revision3 Internet Television network and boasts millions of views from around the world. Darren has contributed to shows on G4 TechTV, CNET, TWiT and CBS as well as featured articles in print media such as Wired and the New York Times. Formerly located in historic Williamsburg, Virginia, Darren now resides in the San Francisco bay where he continues to host and produce regular tech programming.
Also pwns you in Unreal Tournament.