Students, would you like to learn when can WiFi be hacked? Start 2021 by boosting your cybersecurity skills and learn about WiFi hacking. In this this two-day workshop hosted by the Department of Informatics and Networked Systems at the University of Pittsburgh School of Computing and Information, you will (1) learn how to locate and identify WiFi access points (a.k.a. reconnaissance), (2) understand the conditions under which WEP and WPA2 can be hacked, and (3) hack up to four WEP access points (with different settings), in addition to a WPA2 access point.

Title: Boost Your Cybersecurity Skills: Hands-on WiFi Hacking
Dates: Saturday 1/16/2021 (10am – 7pm EST) and Sunday 1/17/2021 (10am – 3pm EST)
Hardware Requirements: Participants must have a computer with at least 25GB of disk space available, VirtualBox installed, Zoom installed, and a stable Internet connection.
Venue:  Zoom (link will be provided to accepted registrants).
Fee: $0. This workshop is sponsored by a Dakota State University (DSU) NSF Award #1730105.

Register HERE