Category Archives: Wireless Security

Kali Linux 2.0 Compatible USB Adapter Test

Since Kali Linux 2.0 has come out I have been playing with USB adapters to see which ones are still compatible with the new Kali 2.0.   The two USB adapters I used while testing are the Alfa AWUSO36NH and the Alfa AWUS051NH.   The Alfa AWUS036NH uses the 3070 chipset The Alfa AWUS051NH uses the RT3572 chipset… Read More »

How To Turn Off Windows 10 WiFi Password Sharing

Windows 10 has a built in password sharing scheme called WiFi Sense.   WiFi Sense automatically will share your WiFi password with your friends and contacts on Facebook, Skype, Outlook, and other social media.   The password is not displayed but added to their computer WiFi connections automatically. It is still encrypted but they will be able to… Read More »

Free Wireless Pen Testing eBook Download

This is a older eBook I wrote 2013 when Reaver first came out about hacking a wireless router.   It was called Step by Step Backtrack 5 and Wireless Hacking Basics.   I have updated the links so they should all currently work.   The information in this eBook will still work in 2015 and is a good… Read More »

Smartphones and Wireless Pen Testing

Kali Linux can run on many android phones after all it is Linux which the android is also based on. The problem is the wireless chipset built into most smart phones which cannot do wireless penetration testing. The same way in which a compatible Kali Linux USB adapter with the correct chipset is needed on a PC the… Read More »

Creating a Dictionary / Wordlist with Crunch Part 8

This is a multiple part series for someone new to wireless hacking, with pictures and videos. Introduction To Kali and WiFi Pen Testing How to Install Kali Linux WEP Hacking Kali Linux and Reaver Getting a Handshake and a Data Capture, WPA Dictionary Attack Using Aircrack and a Dictionary to Crack a WPA Data Capture Cracking a WPA… Read More »