[Noisebridge-announce] WiFi Hacking Workshop, March 30

Darren Kitchen darren at hak5.org
Fri Mar 16 00:03:27 UTC 2012

WiFi Hacking - Embedded Linux Hardware Honeypots!

7:00 PM on Friday, November 30, 2012 at Noisebridge - 2169 Mission St,
San Francisco, CA

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

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.

 - 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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