Wireless Attacks (PEN-210) introduces students to the skills needed to audit and secure wireless devices. It’s a foundational course alongside PEN-200 and would benefit those who would like to gain more skill in network security.
In PEN-210, students will learn to identify vulnerabilities in 802.11 networks and execute organized attacks. Each student will set up a home lab to practice the techniques learned in this online, self-paced course.
Successful completion of the course and exam confers the Offensive Security Wireless Professional (OSWP) certification.
COURSE OVERVIEW & SYLLABUS
Like other Offensive Security courses, PEN-210 combines traditional course materials with hands-on practice within a virtual lab environment. The course covers the following topics in detail. View the full syllabus.
Packets and Network Interaction
Linux Wireless Stack and Drivers
Cracking WEP with Connected Clients
Cracking WEP via a Client
Cracking Clientless WEP Networks
Bypassing WEP Shared Key Authentication
Cracking WPA/WPA2 PSK with Aircrack-ng
Cracking WPA with JTR and Aircrack-ng
Cracking WPA with coWPAtty
Cracking WPA with Pyrit
Additional Aircrack-ng Tools
Rogue Access Points
SUPPORTING YOUR ONLINE JOURNEY
3.5 hours of instructional course video
380-page course guide
Active student forums
Access to home lab setup
Below is the recommended compatible hardware for your home labs.