David Hulton

Vorträge / Workshops:

802.11b Wireless Network Security - Past, Present, and Future


David Hulton has been in the security field for the past 5 years and currently specializes in 802.11b Wireless Security development specifically to exploit its various inherent design weaknesses. He is the main developer of the bsd-airtools project, a complete 802.11b penetration testing and auditing toolset, that implements all of the current methods of detecting access points as well as breaking wep on them and doing basic protocol analysis and injection. David is also the founder of Nightfall Security Solutions, LLC and one of the founding members of Dachb0den Research Labs, a non-profit southern california based security research think-tank. He's also currently the chairman of ToorCon Computer Security Conference and has helped start many of the security and unix oriented meetings in San Diego, CA.