Wireless IEEE 802.11 protocol is vulnerable to many over the air attacks. The very nature of wireless medium leaks out the signal in un-controlled fashion and physical access to the enterprise is not always necessary. This video series talks about different wireless attacks like De-authentication attack, planting rogue Access Point, client mis-association, RF jamming and many more such attacks. The videos explain the attacks along with the tools used to launch them and the possible protection technique. This video is on De-Authentication and dis-association attack. By sending broadcast de-authentication packets from AP or by unicast packets from AP to station or vice-versa the association between AP and station is broken. By sending such packets frequently the station is denied of the service from the AP and no fruitful data transfer can occur.
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