Month: May 2013

Preparing for a Consultant

As security consultants, we regularly travel to clients’ sites and experience a wide range of environments and atmospheres. While some are better than others (and some much worse), it’s very common for the client to not be fully prepared when we arrive. This often results in delays, a less efficient use of the time we …

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Professionally Evil: This is NOT the Wireless Access Point You are Looking For

I was recently conducting a wireless penetration test and was somewhat disappointed (but happy for our client) to find that they had a pretty well configured set of wireless networks.  They were using WPA2 Enterprise and no real weaknesses that I could find in their setup.  After conducting quite a bit of analysis on network …

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