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|Title:||Wi-Fi network testing using an integrated Evil-Twin framework|
|Abstract:||This work intends to present a newly developed Wi- Fi vulnerability analysis and exploitation framework with the objective of increasing Wi-Fi security. The developed framework focuses primarily on client-side vulnerabilities, currently a weak- ness on Wi-Fi connections, but can be extended to support any type of Wi-Fi attack. The framework was designed and is in- tended to be used by security auditors when performing intrusion tests on Wi-Fi networks. It can also be used as a proof-of-concept tool meant to teach and raise awareness of the risks involved when using Wi-Fi technologies. The developed framework is based on open-source software and is also available as open- source software, allowing developers to extend its functionality.|
|Appears in Collections:||ISTAR-CRI - Comunicações a conferências internacionais|
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