Learn techniques to survey, collect, analyze, target, geolocate, and infiltrate 802.11 wireless targets. Students are provided a netbook computer and, through extensive hands-on labs, instructed on how to install and use all the tools necessary to create a multi-functional 802.11 wireless collection, surveillance, and infiltration platform.
All the tools and capabilities are comprised of free, open-source software available on the Internet. No proprietary or vendor-specific tools will be used.
The course culminates with a day-long exercise where students are sent as teams into the surrounding area to locate, identify, and infiltrate a target's 802.11 wireless network. The course is intended for those interested in 802.11 wireless threats, target identification, and infiltration.
Terry Dunlap spent over five years as an intelligence analyst/targeteer, programmer, instructor, and speaker with the Intelligence Community and the Department of Defense. He founded Tactical Network Solutions to provide military units, the Intelligence Community, and law enforcement agencies the means to collect, analyze, and exploit data from computer networks for actionable intelligence as well as the ability to conduct low-profile computer network operations in high-risk/denied areas. Customers include the NSA, CIA, FBI, U.S. Military, US Special Operations Command (USSOCOM), and Law Enforcement Agencies.
Currently, Terry leads the Tactical Network Solutions - Training Division were he actively develops and teaches a number of custom cyber focused courses. He co-developed Wireless Cyber Intelligence Training (WiCIT) that teaches special operations' military intelligence units advanced skills necessary to build from scratch a complete survey, collection, analysis, and infiltration platform to target 802.11 wireless networks.
Terry also developed and teaches the Fundamentals of Packet Analysis course. This course teaches analyst, targeteers, and operators, the concepts, methodologies, and tools necessary to analyze network traffic for the purposes of intrusion and threat detection, network defense, and low profile offensive operations. A follow-on class, Advanced 802.11 Target Development Techniques, teaches target development skills from a wireless perspective.
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