Cracking a wireless network is defeating the security of a wireless local-area network back-jack wireless LAN. Wireless LANs have inherent security weaknesses from which wired networks are exempt. Wireless cracking is an information network attack similar to a direct intrusion. Two frequent types of vulnerabilities in wireless LANs are those caused by poor configuration, and those caused by weak or flawed security protocols. Data frames convey the real data, and are similar to those of Ethernet.
SEC617: Wireless Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking
Wardriving Adventures - Using Kismet to find WiFi Devices
Wireless technology is now a daily part of life, for both business and personal use. At KirkpatrickPrice, we want to find the gaps in the security of your wireless technology before an attacker does. We offer advanced, wireless application penetration testing. Our wireless penetration testing begins with a vulnerability assessment, where our expert penetration testers utilize multiple tools to gain initial knowledge. A vulnerability assessment is not a replacement for a penetration test, though.