Wireless networks are much more accessible than wired networks, and this accessibility enables a unique set of attacks. In this video, you’ll learn about rogue access points, evil twins, wardriving, warchalking, bluejacking, and bluesnarfing.
We’ve rapidly moved from chalk-based wireless network identification to completely automated wireless maps. In this video, you’ll learn about the history of warchalking and how today’s wireless crowdsourced mapping is accomplished.
The bad guys are always looking for an open network. In this video, you’ll learn how to automatically locate wireless networks over large geographic areas using wardriving, and the history of warchalking.