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Wireless Network has changed the paradigm of Computer Network and Data Connectivity. The STA – Wireless Networks: Security Threats and Attacks course will let you explore the potential threats which are vulnerable to wireless networks.
Data connectivity is more convenient and personalized through wireless communication, but it has its opposite side as well. From this course, you will explore those wireless threats come in all shapes and sizes. For example, anyone within the range of your WAP (Wireless Access Point) may snatch your data packets out of the air and decoding the data using a packet sniffer.
This course will let you know about the most common type of wireless network threats, which include:
- Accidental Association
- Malicious Association
- Ad-hoc Networks
- Non-traditional networks
- Identity theft (MAC spoofing)
- Man-in-the-middle attacks
- Denial of Service (DoS)
- Network injection
- Caffe Latte attack
- Passive capturing
- Evil Twin attacks