My goal with this course is to take you from Wi-Fi hacking enthusiast to a wireless security professional and practitioner.
You’ll know common (and uncommon) vulnerabilities, how to discover them, how to exploit them, how to report them and how to protect against them.
This is the most comprehensive guide to Captive Portal on the planet.
The best part?
I’m going to show you how you can build your own Captive Portal Software for Hacking, Business Security, and Growth.
In short: if you want to leverage WiFi Captive Portals for improving your Business, you’ll love this guide.
In this article, I’ll show you how an attacker performs an Evil twin Attack to retrieve cleartext WPA2 passphrase on automation using a fake Access Point.
I am using a sample web page for the demonstration.
An attacker can turn this webpage into basically any web app to steal information.
Assuming that you are capable of setting up a fake access point and setup Apache configuration accordingly to fool victim(s) I am beginning this walk-through.
It is often pain in the butt to setup a working Rogue Access Point with (isc!) DHCP server.
Most users either don’t know how to hack WiFi or find a hard time configuring the required setup.
Many find it difficult to perform flexible tasks with the rogue access points using airbase-ng but end up getting frustrated.
In the previous post i.e Chapter 1: Part 1, we learned
- Hardware/Software requirements of the series
- How to install Kali Linux in a VMWare Workstation(Virtual machine), and
- Setting up and configuring Alfa card (Wireless adapter) in Kali Linux
We will cover the remaining of Chapter 1 in this post.