Man-In-the-Middle, De-authentication and Rogue AP Attacks in 802.11 networks
We would like to share the log files (pcap file, collected with airodump-ng) of
experiments conducted within the Networks team of the Signal Processing and Networks research group at Loughborough University. The
experiments involve a wireless client associated to an AP and an attacker launching
injection attacks (see more details below). The purpose of the experiments is to test our
multi-layer fusion ideas for detection of injection type of attacks. We decided to share the
data with the research community in an effort to help others test whether their
ideas/algorithms can detect the malicious frames and as a platform for comparing results.
Three main types of attacks have been launched using publicly available tools:
- 1) Man-In-The-Middle at the Physical Layer attack - using Airpwn tool
- 2) De-authentication Attack Using Aircrack-ng
- 3) Rogue Access Point (AP) attack
See attached description PDF file for further details.
British Council: UK-Gulf Institutional Link grant IL 279339985
Cross Layer Techniques for Intrusion Tolerant Networks
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