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  • DaKahuna
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    I am going to be talking with folks at ShmooCon about resurrecting the Wireless Village and a big part of what I had planned was presentation and demonstrations on multiple things RF - traditional Wireless, Bluetooth and Ham Radio. Of course a large part of this will be short 30-minute sessions on activities such as cracking WEP/WPA as well as how to secure, to the extent possible, you home wireless networks.

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  • m0th3r
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    go dirty..... beat the crap out of end users as the core of a class. None of the classes out there give that its proper due and next to no one out there actually validates certs :-)

    ...avoid the other stuff. I agree, for 350 bucks or a bit of time on google and all the basics are there....

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  • renderman
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    Just an addendum, I'm looking at this from the perspective of being the trainer, hence why I have no idea what the general knowledge level is (Well, I do, but I mean outside this community), and if people are still willing to pay for classes

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  • g3k_
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    Originally posted by renderman View Post
    So conversations about doing wireless training at an upcoming, un-named west coast conference had me thinking.

    Is there still a market for wireless security training? Or has it jumped the shark and the market is exhausted?

    I'm talking about the WEP/WPA cracking, detection, etc. There will always be a market for the late breaking stuff, but at what price?

    Thoughts?
    I dunno if you've looked into the WiFu course at Offsec, but they offer that training for $350 online. At this point in the game, I like to think that most of the stuff you can learn about hacking wireless is available online for easy learning. I personally have learned everything I know about wireless hacking via internets, but there seems to be a large group still out there that can't quite grasp how to secure their wireless and why it's important and a large group of people who have difficulty finding or using the material online (even though it's in a very obvious place and easy to understand) I think people just like to have their hands held from time to time, even if it's something super simple like cracking WEP. Just lurk on the BT4 forums for a few days, you'll learn that fast.

    tl;dr: the market is there for people who need hand holding, but I'm not sure how big the hand holding community is.

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  • renderman
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    Wireless training

    So conversations about doing wireless training at an upcoming, un-named west coast conference had me thinking.

    Is there still a market for wireless security training? Or has it jumped the shark and the market is exhausted?

    I'm talking about the WEP/WPA cracking, detection, etc. There will always be a market for the late breaking stuff, but at what price?

    Thoughts?
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