Hacking by Numbers: Unplugged Edition


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USA 2011 Weekend Training Session //July 30-31

USA 2011 Weekday Training Session //August 1-2


Hacking By Numbers "Unplugged Edition" is the ultimate wifi hacking course. With a strong focus on results the course outlines 3 broad offensive scenarios for wifi hacking and then presents participants with the background knowledge, methodologies, tools and thinking skills required to successfully breach security in each of those scenarios.


This course is the only course in the Hacking By Numbers focussing specifically on wifi attack scenarios. It assumes no prior experience with wifi or wifi hacking, although attendance of Hacking By Numbers Bootcamp Edition would be beneficial.

Who should attend:

Information security officers, system and network administrators, security consultants, government agencies and other nice people will all benefit from the valuable insights provided by this class, as will penetration testers, red team members and analysts wishing to obtain practical wifi hacking skills.

What to bring:

Just Yourself. All necessary equipment will be provided, including pre-configured laptops, tools and utilities.

To Take Home:

Students will be provided a purpose built removable wifi card and bootable tools CD to take home with them after the course...

Course Trainers:

SensePost proposes to use experienced world-class technicians with extensive training experience. The course will be presented by one of the following course leaders:

Dominic White is currently a Senior Security Consultant working for SensePost. He was previously a manager in the Deloitte Security & Privacy group in South Africa. Previously, Dominic graduated from Rhodes University with a Master�s degree in Computer Science, specialising in information security. Dominic has given SensePost training at BlackHat 2010, and was one of the creators of the unplugged course.

Gert Burger is a Senior Developer at SensePost and is responsible for the software that drives SensePost's Vulnerability Management Services. His approach to IT is more pragmatic compared to most with an academic background. He specialises in Linux (Development, Operations) and software development using Python but also has an interest in most things related to networks, distributed systems and scaling.

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