Hacking Techniques & IT Security (Module #4) - Wireless Hacking

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  • Specialism Ethical Hacker
  • Certifications Other
  • Location United Kingdom
  • Study type Online
  • Course Type Short (less than 3 months)
  • Duration online self paced LIFETIME ACCESS
  • Price Price on Request

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Hacking Techniques & IT Security (Module #4) - Wireless Hacking:

Hacking is the process of finding loopholes in a website, intrude into it and take control of the site or make it crash. To prevent malicious hackers from intruding into computer systems and networks causing severe harm, trained hackers are employed by companies to find loopholes or weaknesses in existing websites, computer networks and take measures to solve them. It is called ethical hacking.

Through this course you will be learning about hacking internet connection introduction, use for wireless hacking, use for wireless hacking continued, fakeap wifi tool, air jack tool for wifi, introduction to wireless network, access points, introduction and requirement in any wireless network, wireless nic and wireless network standards, ieee wireless standards and wireless communication, ppp protocol, eap protocol, x-509 certificates, leap cisco and extensible authentication protocol, wep and wpa, wardriving and network stumble tool, sniffing tools- kismet, airsnot, wepcrack and countermeasures for wireless network attacks.

Course Objective:

  • Get insight about wireless hacking its uses & applications in detail
  • Learn about wireless hacking protocol & countermeasures for wireless network attacks

Target Customers:

  • Students
  • Professionals in software
  • Anyone who wants to learn about hacking.
  • Academies / Institutes who impart training in hacking to IT officials.


  • Basic computer knowledge
  • Software skills
  • Networking technology
  • Internet and intuitive problem solving ability


Start date Location / delivery
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