Re: Wireless Forensics

From: Ivan . (ivanhec_at_gmail.com)
Date: 09/08/05

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    To: "cerealkilla@cox.net" <cerealkilla@cox.net>
    
    

    have you tried google?
    http://www.google.com.au/search?hl=en&q=wireless+forensics&btnG=Google+Search&meta=

    also take a look at http://www.wi-foo.com/ and buy the book, these
    guys are wireless ninjas

    cheers
    Ivan

    On 9/8/05, cerealkilla@cox.net <cerealkilla@cox.net> wrote:
    > Hello all,
    >
    > I hate to post a request like this but I've had a very hard time finding information on this topic so I'm hoping some of you may be able to help. I'm currently an InfoSec Student and also have a large interest in wireless. I'm trying to do some research for a forensics paper on Wireless Forensics. I was looking for any info anyone could provide on the subject. I will be very grateful for any assistance! Below are a few basic questions I'm trying to use to start my research, please feel free to add anything you like, your help will be much appreciated!
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    > Wireless as in WiFi, 802.11
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    > What is involved in wireless forensics?
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    > What is the goal of WF?
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    > What tools might you use? Hardware & Software
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    > Why would you need/use WF?
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    > What is an example of a typical incident and/or response involving wireless?
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    > How do different wireless security implementations help or hurt in WF?
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    > Where might I find more information related to wireless forensics?
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