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In Wi-Fi hacking with kali you will learn hack and protect various Wi-Fi security system like WEP,WPA and WPA2.
In this course we will see History of Wi-Fi and it's vulnerability,setting up environment for penetration testing
4 different ways to install and use kali linux (all 4 in detail), basic linux commands, special command related to hacking,
hacking WEP protected Wi-Fi and its counter measure, WPA and WPA 2 hacking with reaver and it's counter measure,
hacking with WPA with dictionary, hacking router admin panel with hydra, hacking Wifi password with keylogger, removing device from you Wi-Fi
,changing MAC address, changing transmit power and many more, course is updated on daily basis with new videos.
It will take maximum 2 hours to watch, But to practice activity you need at least 5 days (if you spend daily 1 hour on it).
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Desktop, iOS and Android.
Certificate of completion.
|Section 1: Basics|
History of Wi-Fi and its vulnerbilityPreview
Setting up environment for penetration testingPreview
Installing Kali Linux
Dual boot Kali Linux with Windows
Live Boot of Kali Linux
Setting up Kali Linux in virtual box
Basic Linux commands
Special command related to hacking
|Section 2: Advanced|
Gatting a Handshake and Data Capture
Counter measure for WEP
WiFi hacking with Kali 2.0
Counter measure for reaver
Built-in Kali word list rockyou.txt
Using Aircrack and a Dictionary to crack a WPA Data Capture
Using Hydra to gaining access to admin login of a router
key logger Wi-Fi
Keylogger Wi-Fi counter measure
Bypassing Mac address filtering
Increasing wireless transmit power
Amit Huddar is an Internet Entrepreneur and Software Engineer. He runs his own software company "Softdust", which develops products using new technology such as Android Wear (smartwatch and Google Glass). He believes wearable gadgets are the future of personal computing.
He believe 2017 to 2025 is meant for app developers
Many made millions out of app development, yet he believe it's just beginning.
He is CEO of Softdust (software firm).
Amit opted to study Computer Science Engineering in 2013 at SSIT. He started his software company in his first year of Engineering and it became successful, so he dropped out in September, 2014.
He has worked on non-conventional forms of energy.
Amit demonstrated his design of a tidal energy power plant model at a national level and won awards from prestigious institutes including the ISRO (Indian Space Research Organisation) and NITK (National Institute of Technology Karnataka).
He is quantum physicist too.
Amit worked on practical application of quantum leap with fellow scientists at IISc (Indian Institute of Science), India’s leading research institute and also ranked as 23rd best in the world.
He applies and believes in the law of attraction.
Whilst the basic principles of reasoning from physics are important to him, so equally is the law of attraction also important. This plays a very important role in his life.
Skills: Android app development, HTML, CSS, PHP, C, C++, JAVA, Linux, building custom Linux OS, cloud computing, penetration testing, Kali Linux and Hacking.
Languages spoken: English, Hindi, Kannada.