[Noisebridge-announce] WiFi Hacking Workshop, March 30

Darren Kitchen darren at hak5.org
Thu Mar 15 17:23:07 PDT 2012

Correction: WiFi Hacking Workshop on MARCH 30, not November. o.O

On Thu, Mar 15, 2012 at 5:03 PM, Darren Kitchen <darren at hak5.org> wrote:
> WiFi Hacking - Embedded Linux Hardware Honeypots!
> 7:00 PM on Friday, November 30, 2012 at Noisebridge - 2169 Mission St,
> San Francisco, CA
> https://www.noisebridge.net/wiki/Wifi_hacking
> 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 and
> software will be provided for the necessary firmware flash and
> configuration Jasager - an open source WiFi penetration testing
> platform.
> 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. An array of WiFi "victim" devices
> will be on hand for your exploiting pleasure. No prior WiFi hacking
> expertise is necessary and hardware provided can be kept by the
> participant at cost with a donation benefiting Noisebridge.
> Requirements:
>  - Computer with Ethernet Interface
>  - Windows, Mac or Linux
>  - An open mind
> BONUS: Sneak Preview Hacker Film "REBOOT"
> Following the hands on workshop will be a sneak preview screening of
> the yet-to-be-released hacker film "REBOOT". The films producer will
> be on hand for Q&A following the 40 minute picture. A teaser can be
> found at rebootfilm.com. From the site:
> Set within a dystopian world that is a collision between technology
> and humanity, "Reboot" touches upon many of the current social and
> political concerns that arise from becoming more and more intertwined
> with the virtual.
> In contemporary Los Angeles, a young female hacker (Stat) awakens from
> unconsciousness to find an iPhone glued to her hand and a mysterious
> countdown ticking away on the display. Suffering from head trauma, and
> with little recollection of who she is or what is happening, Stat
> races against time to figure out what the code means, and what unknown
> event the pending zero-hour will bring.

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