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Learn fast how to hack any wireless network - a step-by-step implementation and demonstration guide

Do you want to learn how to hack any wireless networks using only a laptop? Do you want to know how your laptop can become a wireless access point? Do you want to access a detailed guide on how to manipulate wireless networks?

In this book you will learn:

  • How to find hidden wireless networks
  • How to join any wireless access points
  • How to implement a Rouge Wireless Access Point
  • How to discover networking devices through wireless
  • How to exploit systems in multiple ways using wireless technologies
  • How to implement Man in the Middle attacks in multiple ways
  • How to create an Evil Twin
  • How to become a wireless access point using your laptop
  • How to implement a wireless collision attack
  • Why you should never join a free wireless network
  • How to implement a wireless flooding attack, replay attack, denial of sleep, and many more....

©2017 Alex Wagner (P)2017 Alex Wagner

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meh

short. basic. outdated. this book explains five or six different kinds of WiFi attacks but they're older attacks that are outdated and not broken down in a way that will allow you to understand how it works. if this is your very first WiFi hacking book then I guess it's fine