August 27 2001
More people are finding out how very vulnerable they really are. A little story on SNP. Also a news article on the creators of AirSnort.
August 22 2001
Two good resources contributed by a reader, A list of SSID and Password Defaults and the Security Focus Pen-Test Mailing List.
August 21 2001
Adam Stubblefield proved it was possible, and now you can too, here is Airsnort. Cracks WEP keys on wireless networks with as little as 100 Megs of data.
August 16 2001
Keeping track of wireless / wardriving news is rough, so I added the moreover.com news section, enjoy.
Added some things to links, software.
August 13 2001
Update:CNN is getting in the action, with a story about the Rice university student and his WEP adventures
hmm only when the media tells you your privacy is at stake, you care.
August 13 2001
As more people learn that WiFi is insecure they like it less and less. But hey it's in most large Airports.
"Airport web access offers open house to hackers, say e-security experts."
--wait.. don't you e-security experts have home dsl/wireless aps? hehehe the world is unsecure, deal.
August 10 2001
Something we knew could happen, did. An AT&T intern used a Prism II card, the Linux driver and recieved 802.11 packets and then decoded the key.
The same should be possible with some new wavelan drivers, we'll let you know...
The Fluhrer, Mantin & Shamir paperPostscript (488k) and PDF (918k)
Adam Stubblefield's paper PDF (63K)
August 6 2001
An upcoming talk on RC4, discuses insecurities of WEP and a new method of attack
August 3 2001
Added book section, updated equipment. Gps code is polished, w-lan app next.