TP-Link Archer T2U Nano for TLS Traffic Interception

Overview In this guide we’ll be going through the process of configuring an intercepting set-up using mitmproxy and a wireless network, to inspect, modify and monitor encrypted HTTPS traffic. This will allow for a simple way to analyse traffic on mobile handsets and IoT devices, with the only requirements is Wi-Fi support and the ability to install custom certificates. mitmproxy is your swiss-army knife for debugging, testing, privacy measurements, and penetration testing....

November 10, 2019 · 6 min · Naz Markuta

How to Set up Nzyme and Graylog

This guide shows you how to quickly set up and get started with Nzyme and Graylog version 2.3.2 using Docker. In this tutorial I’m using Mac OS but Docker can be install on any platform. For testing purposes, I’d recommend using Kali Linux or any Debian based distro on where Nzyme sensor is installed. What is it? Nzyme collects 802.11 management frames directly from the air and sends them to a Graylog (Open Source log management) setup for WiFi IDS, monitoring, and incident response....

November 28, 2017 · 6 min · Naz Markuta

Kali Linux Kernel 4.12 Wireless Problems

UPDATE: Kali Team have migrated to a new Kernel Version I’ve tested the new kernel 4.12.13-1kali2 and can confirm it fixes issues with my wireless card. I’d advise people to update their packages and use this kernel. I’ll keep this page as it’s still a useful guide on how to downgrade for falling back on an other kernel. More info available: https://pkg.kali.org/pkg/linux As you may of heard the recent 4.12.6-1kali1 kernel version broke functionality on most wireless devices, resulting in serious performance and range issues making devices almost unusable....

September 27, 2017 · 2 min · Naz Markuta

Alfa AWUS052NH Wireless USB Review

The Alfa AWUS052NH is a high-performance Dual-Band (2.4GHz and 5GHz) wireless USB adapter. It’s based on the MediaTek RT3572 chipset that supports IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n standards with up to 300Mbps transfer speeds, it’s Alfa’s third device in their 802.11abgn USB product range and has been available since March 2015 which costs around £47 or $60 depending on where you buy it. This review is geared towards a person with an interest in wireless network security or penetration testing who are contemplating on a purchase, as well as any tech enthusiast....

August 16, 2017 · 9 min · Naz Markuta