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  • CWSP Certified Wireless Security Professional Official Study Guide: Exam PW0-204
    CWSP Certified Wireless Security Professional Official Study Guide: Exam PW0-204
    by David D. Coleman, David A. Westcott, Bryan E. Harkins, Shawn M. Jackman

    Shawn Jackman (Jack) CWNE#54 is a personal friend and has been a mentor to me for many years.  I've had the pleasure and opportunity to work with Jack for 4 years. Jack is a great teacher who takes complex 802.11 standards and breaks them down so almost anyone can understand the concept at hand. I'm excited for you brother. Great job and job well done! Put another notch in the belt!

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« There is more to the recent Cisco Wireless OTAP issue that isn’t being widely reported. | Main

Do you use Windows Zero Config as your WLAN Client Management tool of choice? Perhaps you shouldn't!

If you're an Enterprise user or any user that uses Windows Zero Config with WEP or PSKs. Or if you're a user who forgot or lost your WEP or PSK, this video is for you!

The WZCOOK application can be delivered via a USB stick and launched on a workstation and within seconds revealing your networks WEP or PSK keys.

In the case of an attacker exploiting a system with WZCOOK, specific to WPA or WPA2 networks using a pre-shared key authentication, are also vulnerable since there is no regular key rotation mechanism. WPA or WPA2 networks using IEEE 802.1X authentication and an EAP type are also vulnerable to attacks when the PMK has been revealed, but it is limited to a single workstation and only for the duration of the current authentication session.

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Reader Comments (1)

could you please share

i have a lot of APs, so i can't remmember all password

April 2, 2009 | Unregistered Commenterrickon

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