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Step By Step Kali Linux and Wireless Hacking Basics (English Edition)
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Step By Step Kali Linux and Wireless Hacking Basics (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

J Benetti

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Written for someone inexperienced with Wireless Penetration Testing, "Wireless Hacking Basics" gives a step by step overview and look of installing Kali Linux and hacking wireless devices connected to a WEP or WPA / WPA2 encrypted router. With the main focus on data capturing a wireless password, using dictionary attacks, and Reaver the newest hack for wireless routers. It also includes.
Setting up a Penetration Testing Environment
Installing Kali Linux
Booting from a DVD
Installing to the Hard Drive
Installing and Running with VMware
WEP Hacking
WPA Dictionary Attack
Getting a Handshake and a Data Capture
Using Aircrack and a Dictionary to Crack a WPA Data Capture
Cracking a WPA Capture with the GPU using HashCat
Creating a Dictionary / Wordlist with Crunch
Rainbow Tables
Smartphone's and Wireless Pen Testing

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Very Helpful 13 janvier 2014
Par Rob Katz - Publié sur
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First off I recommend Kali Linux to anyone who is learning Penetration Testing, it is some great software. I really had no idea such awesome software with so many tools was available for free.

Secondly, this book was a great read for me and very helpful. Some of the pictures have to be zoomed to see which might depend on your Kindle. I followed the steps for installing with VMware Player and found it easy to follow. The author list what do then shows a picture of it happening I always have found visuals in a how to much easier to understand.

Third, The author list two main types of wireless attacks a dictionary attack and Reaver which I have been testing on my own router; unfortunately my router does not have WPS so I was unable to use Reaver. Even though I could see many routers on my block that do have WPS enabled. I plan on hitting all the second hand stores and buying a few more routers to test out Reaver. Currently I am running the dictionary attack against my router to see if I can crack it. Aircrack is still running and has not done it yet.

Forth, I like this book and would recommend reading it if you are new to wireless hacking, as I was. I have gone from being confused to penetration testing my own router. Asking questions in forums no longer intimidates me that I might ask a stupid newbie question.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Good Buy 30 décembre 2013
Par Jeff - Publié sur
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Good introduction to wireless security, covers all the basics. Not a long book but covers a lot of information. No complaints, good buy for the price.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Happy buyer 8 décembre 2013
Par brian - Publié sur
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I am a junior admin that was tasked with doing wireless pen testing at my work . I needed some quick answers without having to sift through piles of blogs ,forums, or reading a 400 page book for answers, this book does just that. It is straight to the point and gives you answers quickly .this book gets five stars from me for getting straight to the point with no filler such as "by the way the history of the computer is......." great book on wireless hacking especially for the price.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 great book for newbies 3 décembre 2013
Par M. Brown - Publié sur
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This is a great book for newbies to start wireless hacking. As the title says it shows step by step with pictures how wireless attacks work. It doesn't go in-depth with each attack or commands but shows the basics and where to start. This is what I needed.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Loses two stars for sounding like a note a kid writes to his friend in class 23 novembre 2013
Par V S - Publié sur
A rewrite would make this a 4-star guide. If it were 99 cents I wouldn't bother pointing out anything negative.

There's crappy sentence structure, making it seem like there is nothing more to this than some rewrite from a guide on the forums. It's unprofessional with it's lack of punctuation and relaxed choice of terms. Check the sample and see for yourself. Many short sentences with single facts that would make an English teacher's fist tighten with rage and scream "Did you just write down every fact you had on notecards and write a report from it?"

I appreciate his efforts, and he does try to narrate this like a "quick start" guide for Script Kiddies (good or bad, your call) for people not in the IT field. He loses two stars for not being a good writer and sounding like a hyper kid on Red Bull. That's probably a good thing, and good writers arent good coders. I'd probably buy a coding book from him, but not a guide.

Some of the best coders and hackers I know can't spell or put a sentence together, so I accuse this author of being bright but unable to deliver
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