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Tuesday, August 13 • 8:30am - 11:20am
Building an exploitable WiFi environment for your classroom

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With the widespread of WiFi nowadays, it is important to show students how WiFi exploitation happens in practice. The theory behind exploiting WEP and WPA2 has been available for a number of years. However, it has not been easy to offer students the opportunity to apply these theories in a real environment. In this workshop, you will learn about WiFi access points which can be configured for exploitation. We will discuss scenarios where WEP access points have connected clients and no connected clients as well as WPA2. You will learn how Raspberry Pis can be used to act as the necessary clients for those access points. In addition, you will have access to the Raspberry Pi scripts and all access point configuration directions.

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Ahmed Ibrahim

University of Virginia
Ahmed Ibrahim is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Virginia. He holds a PhD from the University of Kentucky and two M.Sc. Degrees. Ahmed also has a Certificate in College Teaching and Learning and is actively participating in teaching... Read More →


Tuesday August 13, 2019 8:30am - 11:20am
Room C Johnson Center

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