Posted on January 24, 2012
When: Wednesday 2/1/2012 7pm
Where: 290 Pratt ST Meriden, CT
(Second Floor – enter via the east entrance/loading docks and follows signs)
What: Wi-Fu workshop (see below)
As part of our on-going Whitehat Wednesdays we will be teaching a beginner’s class about wireless penetration testing.
Part 1: We’ll be exploring multiple ways and techniques to both penetrate, spoof, and own wireless networks from both the AP side and the client side. Using open source tools like spoonwep, Reaver, aircrack, and more…
Part 2: We’ll talk about techniques to detect and mitigate the attacks from the first part.
We will provide: WIFI, Electricity, and seating, and a complete test environment for the workshop.
Cost: Nada – Donations always welcome
So we can get a feel of who’s coming, sign up on our facebook event page: http://www.facebook.com/events/241487299258798
Posted on November 24, 2011
When: Friday December 2nd @6pm
Where: Panera Bread
3120 Berlin Tpke
Newington, CT 06111
What(to bring): Laptops, PDAs, gadgetry, curiosity, and of course your friends.
Afterwards we’re hitting up the bar.
It’s open to anyone who wants to come.
Posted on October 17, 2011
NESIT Hackerspace in Meriden is holding a “build a cantenna” day next Saturday, October 22 · 2:00pm – 8:00pm.
The workshop is on how to build your own 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi antenna using a household product such as soup can, coffee can, pringles can, or veggie can. It is a simple wave-guide antenna. At the end of the workshop you will have your own working 15+ DBi wave guide antenna that you can use to connect to distant wireless networks. The signup to get the parts has already passed but if you order quick from FabCorp, your materials might be in time for the class.
The public is also welcome to come and watch the class.
Posted on October 14, 2011
illwill created a small program in MASM that simulates the old phone blue box (MF tones) & DTMF tones. It essentially plays the tones from .mp3 files that have been modified to act like .wav files so the file size is small. They are then embedded in the application as a resource. You just press the button to hear the tone. Download it ::HERE::