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Airscanner Wireless Security Bootcamp

Date: 3 February-4 February 2005
Location: Plano Center, Plano, Texas, USA
Organizer: Airscanner
Homepage: http://www.airscanner.com/wireless/

Most wireless networks are vulnerable to hackers. Denial of service attacks, weak passwords, encryption flaws and more are threats to any individual, business, or enterprise using 802.11 WiFi networks. And the situation has become more chaotic as the 'standards' for wireless networks have changed three times in two years.

The Wireless Bootcamp teaches you about how these attacks are perpetrated first hand. Learn about jamming, injection attacks, WEP/TKIP/LEAP cracking, and much more. Protect yourself using PEAP on FreeRADIUS, wireless intrusion detection, etc. Master the latest wireless security standards including RSN, AES-CCMP, PMK/PTK/GMK/GTK, RADIUS, 802.1x, EAP.

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