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Special Evening Webcast on Kismet Newcore Thursday!

On Thursday night at 7pm EDT (4pm PDT) I’ll be giving a special evening webcast called “Budget Wireless Assessment using Kismet-Newcore”. I delivered this content at the SANS Denver conference a few weeks ago, but several people have contacted me complaining that they wanted to get in on the new features Kismet has to offer [...]

July 28, 2009   Posted in: 802.11, Bluetooth, Training, ZigBee  No Comments

Wireless Ethical Hacking Training at Home – Discount!

As the author and lead instructor for the SANS Ethical Hacking Wireless course, I teach at several conferences a year and at customer’s sites. Between September 2nd and November 18th, I’ll also be teaching the Ethical Hacking Wireless course through the SANS vLive program. Instead of 6 8-hour days of hardcore wireless security training, we [...]

July 11, 2009   Posted in: Hacking, Training  No Comments

SANS Introduces “Fuzzing for Bug Discovery”

A few minutes ago I submitted what is hopefully the last set of edits for a new day of training material I wrote titled “Fuzzing for Bug Discovery”. This hands-on day of material joins Steve Sims’ Developing Exploits for Penetration Testers and Security Researchers course. If you haven’t already checked out Steve’s course, I highly [...]

May 10, 2009   Posted in: Exploit, Fuzzing, Hacking, Training  No Comments