Wireless Security

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Some notes and links that I've compiled on wireless security. Most of them deal with finding rogue access points, and other esoteric aspects of wireless security.


Cards that do monitor mode in Linux

If you're hunting out rogue access points, you'll want a wireless card that handles monitor mode, so you can find hidden networks. Most cards running Windows drivers under NDisWrapper don't do this.

Some that are known to work: AirDump.net list of cards

Finding rogue access points

Manually (i.e. walking around or searching the wire)

Autonomously (i.e. sensor nets)

Spectrum Analysis

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