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ITN-220 From here, go anywhere.
 

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    ITN-220 From here, go anywhere. ITN-220 From here, go anywhere. Presentation Transcript

    • ITN-220 From here, go anywhere. (What do you do next?)
    • Prerequisites
      • Know the material
        • Read the standards
        • Brush up on cryptography
        • Get on the mailing lists (Gov't, gov't, industry, hacker, etc.) - be willing to argue and/or explain a point
      • Volunteer yourself occasionally (more on this later)
      • Keep your eyes open (more on this later)
    • From here, go anywhere (else)
      • Play with stuff (just have fun)
      • Write stuff
      • Build stuff
      • Break stuff
      • Hack stuff
      • Sell stuff
      • Teach/Talk/write about stuff
    • Play with stuff
      • OpenXTRA - Windows versions of:
        • Ethereal
        • MRTG
        • NMap
        • Ntop
        • Net-SNMP
        • Windump
      • Kismet (LORCON, Windows, etc.)
    • Play with stuff
      • OpenWRT -
        • Linux on the Linksys (and other MFRs) platforms
        • Debian-based, uses ipkg software management
          • Asterisk on OpenWRT
          • Snort
        • Video: The OpenWRT Project
        • eBay or directly from Linksys (Cisco)
    • Write Stuff
      • Wi-Foo : The Secrets of Wireless Hacking
        • Out now
      • Linksys WRT54G Ultimate Hacking
        • Paul Asadoorian and Larry Pesce (PaulDotCom Security Weekly)
        • Due out 15 May 2007
        • Hacks for the various Linksys WRT models, includes OpenWRT
    • Write Stuff
      • Linux drivers
        • LinuxWireless.org
      • Standards
        • 802.11
          • 802.11s/r/w
        • 802.15
          • ZigBee, Bluetooth updates
        • 802.16
          • 802.16m
    • Build Stuff
      • OpenBeacon
        • Proprietary open source xcvr platform for misc. development
        • Proprietary hardware
        • Software is open (yours?)
          • suggestions for hacks
          • pointer to a similar product: the Nike+iPod breakout
      • XBee
    • Build Stuff
      • Enter a contest
        • Lantronics
          • $20K
          • Contestants build their entries from the company's WiPort modules
          • Current promo = Spider (KVM over IP)
        • CTF @ DEFCON or SANS
    • Break Stuff
      • Play with various tools/attacks:
        • Church of WiFi (CoWF)
        • The Shmoo Group
        • Josh Wright
        • Mike Kershaw
        • Mark Loveless (Simple Nomad)
        • Google is your friend
      • Come up with your own variant
    • Hack Stuff
      • Get something you have to do something new
        • Skype phone
        • Microsoft's Virtual WiFi
        • Belkin UWB
        • Industrial solutions development
        • OpenWRT (again)
    • Group: Church of WiFi
      • Kismet on Windows (and OS X)
      • WRT hardware hacking
      • Pointers to tons of other projects
        • not all good (WarGlue?)
    • Sell Stuff
      • Services
        • Fon
      • Hardware
        • Ubiquity - specializes in higher power radio interfaces (802.11, 802.16 and 900 Mhz)
          • Gray market?
        • Wireless SageTV
        • Picotux on the DigiConnect ME
    • Teach/Talk/Write About Stuff
      • Free-lance articles
      • Howto's
      • Blogs/Wiki's/Web pages
      • Podcasts/Vidcasts
      • Find your niche! Have fun with it!
    • Help Wanted
      • Theses (past & present)
      • Government - Dedicated emergency broadband
        • General Dynamics
      • Commercial side needs work also
      • WVE - vulnerability tracking
      • Get involved in industrial politics
      • Comment on NIST Special Pubs /DISA STIGS
    • ITN-220 Questions?