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Control connections of clients around you without knowing the password.
Crack WEP/WPA/WPA2 using a number of methods.
- Hack any computer on the same network.
- Intercept data and spy on all on the network
- Gather detailed information about clients and networks like their OS, opened ports ...etc.
- A number of practical attacks that can be used without knowing the key to the target network
- ARP Spoofing/ARP Poisonning
- Launch Various Man In The Middle attacks.
- Sniff packets from clients and analyse them to extract important info such as: passwords, cookies, urls, videos, images ..etc.
- Detect ARP poisoning and protect your self and your network against it.
- You will be able to use more than 20 penetration testing tools such as ettercap, wireshark, aircrack-ng suit ...etc.
- Combine individual attacks to launch even more powerful attacks.
- Basic IT skills
- No Linux, programming or hacking knowledge required.
- Computer with a minimum of 4GB ram/memory
- Operating System: Windows / OS X / Linux
- For the wifi cracking ONLY - Wireless adapter that supports monitor mode (more info provided in the course).
Welcome to my comprehensive course on Network Hacking! In this course, you will start as a beginner with no previous knowledge about penetration testing or hacking and by the end of it you'll be at an intermediate level being able to hack into networks and connected devices like black-hat hackers, not only that but you'll also learn how to secure networks from hackers.
This course is focused on the practical side of penetration testing without neglecting the theory. Before jumping into hacking you will first learn how to set up a lab and install needed software (works on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux), then the course is structured in a way that will take you through the basics of linux, computer systems, networks and how devices communicate with each other, then you will learn how to exploit this method of communication to carry out a number of powerful attacks.
The Course is Divided into three main sections:
Pre-connection attacks: In this section you will learn about how networks work, how devices communicate with each other and how the information is transferred in a wireless networks. You will also learn about basic terminology, what is a channel ? MAC address ? what is managed mode ? What is monitor mode and how to enable it ? what is sniffing and what is it limited to ? so in this section we still don't know much about penetration testing , all we have is a computer and a wireless card connected to it, you will learn how to start gathering information using your wi-fi card (packet sniffing) and you will learn how to control connections around you (ie: deny/allow devices from connecting to networks) even without knowing the password of the target network.
Gaining Access: Now that you gathered information about the networks around you, in this section you will learn a number of methods to crack the key and get the password to your target network weather it uses WEP, WPA or even WPA2.
Post Connection attacks: Now that you have the key, you can connect to the target network, in this section you will learn a number of powerful techniques that allow you to gather comprehensive information about the connected devices, see anything they do on the internet (such as login information, passwords, visited urls, images, videos ....etc), redirect requests, inject evil code in loaded pages and even gain full control over any client in your network! All the attacks here work against both wireless and wired networks. You will also learn how to create a fake WiFi network, attract users to connect to it and use all of the above techniques against the connected clients.
All the attacks in this course are practical attacks that work against any wireless enabled device , ie: it does not matter if the device is a phone , tablet laptop ...etc. These attacks also work against all operating systems (Windows, OSX, Linux IOS, Android ...ect.). in each technique you will understand the theory behind it and how it works, then you'll learn how to use that technique in a real life scenario, so by the end of the course you'll be able to modify these techniques or combine them to come up with more powerful attacks and adopt them to different scenarios and different operating systems.
With this course you'll get 24/7 support, so if you have any questions you can post them in the Q&A section and we'll respond to you within 15 hours.
NOTE: This course is created for educational purposes only and all the attacks are launched in my own lab or against devices that I have permission to test.
NOTE: This course is totally a product of Zaid Sabih and No other organization is associated for certification exam for the same. Although, you will receive Course Completion Certification from Udemy, apart from that No OTHER ORGANIZATION IS INVOLVED.
- Anybody who is interested in learning about network penetration testing
- Anybody interested into learning how to protect networks from hackers.
In this course, we will be using a number of operating systems, Kali for hacking and a victim or target machine, in this section you will learn how to install these machines as virtual machines inside your current operating system, this allow use to use all of the machines at the same time, it also completely isolates these machines from your main machine therefore your main machine will not be affected if anything goes wrong.
This lecture will give you an overview of the lab that we will need to set up for this course.
This lecture will clarify why is it possible to capture any packet around us even if it's not directed to our device, you will learn about two wireless modes: monitor and managed mode, you shall learn what is the difference between them, when do we use each of them and how to correctly enable monitor mode on your wireless card.
In this lecture we shall learn the theory behind cracking WEP encrypted APs with no or idle clients.
To do this we shall learn three methods of packet injection, but before we can inject packets into the traffic we need to authenticate our wifi card with the target AP so that it does not ignore our requests as AP's only accept packets from associated devices, therefore we shall learn how to fake authenticate our wifi card with the target AP so that it starts accepting packets from us.
This is the first method of cracking idle or client less AP's that we shall learn .
In this method , after successfully associating with the target AP , we will wait for an ARP packet , we will then capture this packet and inject it into the traffic , this will force the AP to generate a new ARP packet with a new IV , we capture this new packet and inject into the traffic again , this process is repeated until the number of IV's captured is sufficient enough to crack the key.
This is the 2nd method of cracking idle or client less AP's.
In this method we will capture an ARP packet and attempt to guess its key stream and use it to forge a new packet (using packetforge-ng) ,then we can inject this new forged packet into the traffic to generate new IV's.
This is the 3rd method of cracking idle or client less AP's.
The goal of this method is to obtain 1500 bytes of the PRGA (pseudo random generation algorithm) , this can be used to forge a new packet which can be injected into the traffic to generate new IV's.
Computing the PMK is slow, and we only need the wordlist and the essid of the target AP to compute it, therefore we can save time and compute the PMK for our wordlist while waiting for the handshake. This lecture shows how to create a database of ready PMK's for the target AP , so that the cracking process would be much quicker once we capture the handshake.
This lecture is an introduction to the last section of this course, it will give you an outline of what we shall learn in this section and some important notes.