This comprehensive course offers an in-depth exploration of Wi-Fi technology and its various aspects. Starting with an introduction to Wi-Fi, you will gain a solid understanding of its principles, functionalities, and the historical development that has shaped its evolution.
The course delves into Wi-Fi standards, including 802.11a/b/g/n/ac/ax, providing insights into their differences, features, and capabilities. You will explore different Wi-Fi technologies like MIMO, MU-MIMO, and beamforming, understanding how they enhance data transfer speeds, signal reliability, and range.
An important aspect of the course is the examination of Wi-Fi components such as access points, routers, and clients. You will learn about their roles in establishing wireless connections and network connectivity. The course also covers Wi-Fi antennas, signal propagation, and channel allocation, shedding light on their influence on network performance.
Wireless security standards, including AES, PSK, and TKIP, will be explained, equipping you with the knowledge to implement robust security measures. You will understand the significance of SSID and BSSID in network identification and management.
With a focus on Wi-Fi hacking, the course explores the requirements for hacking Wi-Fi networks, gathering information about security standards, and capturing handshakes for further analysis. You will learn about password cracking techniques using tools like John the Ripper and Fern Wifi Cracker. Additionally, the course covers evil twin attacks using Airgeddon and Fluxion, as well as DOS attacks using Airgeddon.
The course provides valuable insights into securing Wi-Fi networks, including best practices, configuring security mechanisms like WEP, WPA, WPA2, and WPA3, setting up multiple SSIDs, changing login page credentials, and implementing access control lists (ACL). You will also explore techniques for blocking unknown devices and applying parental controls.
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