Advanced Wi-Fi attacks using commodity hardware

@inproceedings{Vanhoef2014AdvancedWA,
  title={Advanced Wi-Fi attacks using commodity hardware},
  author={Mathy Vanhoef and F. Piessens},
  booktitle={ACSAC '14},
  year={2014}
}
  • Mathy Vanhoef, F. Piessens
  • Published in ACSAC '14 2014
  • Computer Science
  • We show that low-layer attacks against Wi-Fi can be implemented using user-modifiable firmware. Hence cheap off-the-shelf Wi-Fi dongles can be used carry out advanced attacks. We demonstrate this by implementing five low-layer attacks using open source Atheros firmware. The first attack consists of unfair channel usage, giving the user a higher throughput while reducing that of others. The second attack defeats countermeasures designed to prevent unfair channel usage. The third attack performs… CONTINUE READING
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