Confidence - (25-26.05 2010 Krakow)
Language: polski | engish

Daniel Mende

Daniel Mende is a German security researcher specialized on network protocols and technologies. He’s well known for his Layer2 extensions of the SPIKE and Sulley fuzzing frameworks, he has discussed new ways in building botnets and presented on protocol security at many occasions including Troopers, ShmooCon and Blackhat. Usually he releases a new tool when giving a talk.

Topic of Presentation: Hacking Cisco Enterprise WLANs

Language: English

Abstract: The world of “Enterprise WLAN solutions” is full of obscure and “non-standard” elements and technologies. Cisco’s solutions, from the early Structured Wireless-Aware Network (SWAN) to the current Cisco Wireless Unified Networking (CUWN) architectures, only partly differ here. In this talk we describe the inner workings of these solutions, dissect the vulnerable parts and discuss theoretical and practical attacks, with some nice demos.