Wireless Network Security Workshop
Asian Institute of Technology: intERLab
 
Venue: Internet Education and Research Laboratory (intERLab)
Asian Institute of Technology (AIT)
Location: Bangkok, Thailand
Dates: June 9-12, 2008 (Mon-Thu)
 
Instructors: Joel Jaeggli: Nokia
John Kemp: RouteViews, University of Oregon
 

This workshop was organized by Internet Education and Research Laboratory (intERLab) and the Network Startup Resource Center (NSRC).

Each session is 90 minutes in length. There is a daily lunch break between sessions 2 and 3.

MONDAY TOPICS GOALS
Session 1 Welcome and Introduction
      [Web ]
Introduction to Wireless
      [Web | Lab ]
Introduce insructors and attendees introduce themselves. Discuss Foundation Concepts of Wireless Radio:
  • Radio Frequencies
  • Modulation Types
  • Propagation and Loss
  • Other Considerations
Session 2 Foundations of Networking    Review Of TCP/IP Foundations, and Use of Unix Tools
  • TCP/IP
  • Encapsulation
  • Ethernet/ARP
  • Unix Network Configuration
Session 3 Wireless Standards
  • Wireless Tech Last Mile
  • [Web | PDF ]
Review the 802.11 Standards, Including 802.11a/b/g,802.11n, and WiMAX
Session 4 Access Point Configuration
Configure the Ubiquiti Access Points, Configuration Settings, and Building a Point-to-Point Connection
TUESDAY TOPICS GOALS
Session 1 Ubuntu, and BackTrack An Introduction To Ubuntu Linux, and the BackTrack Security Distribution
  • Introduction to Ubuntu
  • Ubuntu Lab
  • BackTrack Booting
  • BackTrack Wireless Configuration
Session 2 Wireless Network Design
  • Basic Network Design
  • [PDF | HTML]
  • Wireless Network Design
  • [joel]
Basic Network Design Concepts, and Wireless Network Design
  • Network Design Components
  • Network Design Considerations
  • Simple Network Designs
  • More Complex Designs
Session 3 Network Security And NAC Description of Information Security, Network Security, and NAC
  • Security Concepts
  • Information Security
  • Network Security
  • Network Access Control
Session 4 FreeBSD and M0n0Wall
  • Presentation
  • [joel]
FreeBSD Unix, and the M0n0Wall Security Distribution
  • FreeBSD Introduction
  • M0n0Wall
  • Security Applications of M0n0Wall
WEDNESDAY TOPICS GOALS
Session 1 802.11 Security Protocols
  • Presentation
  • [joel]
Protocols That Define the Wireless Security Standards:

  • WEP
  • 802.1X
  • PSK
  • TKIP
  • AES
  • WPA1
  • WPA2
Session 2 Network Traffic Analysis A survey of Unix Tools that useful for network traffic observation and analysis.
  • FlowTools
  • NTOP
  • WireShark
  • and Others.
Session 3 Wireless Tools A number of tools that are useful for analysing wireless traffic and wireless radio.
  • Netstumbler
  • Kismet
  • and More!
Session 4 Network Attacks Common computer attacks, as well as network based attacks that are particularly successful in exploiting wireless clients.

  • DOS Attacks
  • Masquerade Attacks
  • Redirection Attacks
  • and MITM Attacks
THURSDAY TOPICS GOALS
Session 4 Extending the Network
  • Installing NOCAT
  • [joel]
Session 4 Extending the Network
  • Extending the Network
  • [joel]
Session 4 nmap, NESSUS, and SNORT
  • Vulnerability Scanning and Intrusion Detection
  • [ PDF | [ HTML ]
A Quick Review of Vulnerability Scanning Concepts and Intrustion Detection. Includes discussion of open source tools: nmap, NESSUS, SNORT
  • nmap scanning flags
  • NESSUS updates
  • NESSUS plugins
  • The NESSUS Client
  • SNORT operation modes
  • SNORT signatures
Session 4 Summary and Conclusions Common computer attacks, as well as network based attacks that are particularly successful in exploiting wireless clients.

  • DOS Attacks
  • Masquerade Attacks
  • Redirection Attacks
  • and MITM Attacks

 


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