Project Intrusion is project made by four ICT infrastructure students as part of the Monialaprojekti – PRO4TN001 project, which is a mandatory course part of our degree. The goal of Project Intrusion is to raise awareness on how easily one hostile person can exploit vulnerable wi-fi networks using just a few bought items and simple tools that are included in the Kali Linux distribution, and to also give instructions how to defend against such attacks.
None of us prior to this project had any clue on how to breach through wi-fi protecting protocols. At the time of writing this post, there hasn’t been an offensive security course in Haaga-Helia UAS, but in the future there will be a penetration testing course held by our current project instructor Tero Karvinen. Including these blog posts, we will be publishing an e-book of Project Intrusion that is hosted by lulu.com, an online print-on-demand, self-publishing platform. We will add the link to the book later once it is finished.
Feel free to take a look around in this website and read our works!
-Leo, Yaël, Tom & Thomas
NOTE: All of the project methods used in our blog is performed in our own separate laboratory environment with great precaution and diligence. Usage of these methods in any network not owned by you is STRICTLY FORBIDDEN and punishable by law.