Welcome to the companion website for Hacking Exposed Wireless, 2nd Edition by Johnny Cache, Joshua Wright and Vincent Liu. In this fully-revised book, we've poured our best tips, tricks, tools and techniques to demonstrate ways to hack wireless networks. Not just limited to 802.11, we've included detailed techniques for exploiting Bluetooth, ZigBee and DECT networks, as well as emerging attack trends against and with wireless client systems. We think you'll find this book demonstrates new techniques and attacks never before available in print.
On site site you'll find additional resources to supplement our book including errata, on-line chapters, code, patches, high-resolution pictures and more. We've organized resources cited in the book by chapter number below, as well as companion material listed on this page.
We'd love to hear your comments, questions and feedback. Due to the amount of email we receive, we cannot guarantee an immediate response, but we'll do our best. You can reach the authors at authors[AT]hackingexposedwireless[DOT]com.
August 31, 2010
Hacking Exposed Wireless 2nd Edition is published and available at your favorite bookstore or Amazon.com. Please send your feedback and comments to authors[at]hackingexposedwireless.com. Thank you!
June 19, 2010
Hacking Exposed Wireless 2nd Edition to be available on July 13th, 2010. You can pre-order a copy through Amazon.com or your favorite book reseller.
Wireless is a very complex topic, and some may want to dig even further into the WiFi and Bluetooth specifications while learning more about radio frequency technology behind all wireless. Supporting you, we've compiled expanded content covering how WiFi, Bluetooth and RF technology works, available for free download here. Enjoy!
In addition, McGraw-Hill allowed us to make the first chapter from the book available for free online. You can download the entire chapter 1, "Hacking 802.11 Wireless Technology", here.
You can grab all the companion files including online chapter content here.
As frequent book readers, we always appreciate an errata page from the authors. Despite the massive review and proofing that we went through before Hacking Exposed Wireless went to print, there may be an error or two. If we discover an error (or if one of our kind readers reports one to us, authors[AT]hackingexposedwireless[DOT]com), we'll address it in the errata page below. We recommend you periodically print out the page below and stick it inside the front cover to keep as a resource.