Offensive Security Wireless Attacks (WiFu)
Wireless Attacks (WiFu) is a training program offered through Offensive Security, the providers of the only official Kali Linux training course. WiFu teaches students the base concepts of wireless networking and builds upon that foundation to conduct effective attacks against wireless networks of varying configurations.
By successfully completing the course and passing the performance-based exam, you can become an Offensive Security Wireless Professional (OSWP). This is the only practical wireless attacks certification available in the industry today. Learn more now.
More About the Course
WiFu is an online, self-paced course designed for network administrators and security professionals. As a student, you learn how to identify vulnerabilities in Wi-Fi networks and execute organized attacks in a controlled manner. The course comes with access to a virtual penetration testing lab, enabling hands-on experience. Get enrolled today!
Offensive Security Wireless Professional
The OSWP is the premier practical Wi-Fi attack certification in the security field. To become certified you must complete the WiFu course and pass the 4-hour online exam, demonstrating your ability to identify various network security restrictions implemented on wireless networks, bypass them, and recover the encryption keys in use in the real-world. More about the OSWP.
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About Offensive Security
Founded in 2007, the penetration testing and information security training company Offensive Security was born out of the belief that the best way to achieve sound defensive security is through an offensive approach. The team is made up of highly-skilled security professionals that have extensive experience from attacking systems to see how they respond. Their insights and learnings are being shared through course materials and trainings, free penetration testing tools, and security publications. Learn more about these courses and trainings now.