Forensics and war-driving on unsecured wireless network
Source of Publication
2011 International Conference for Internet Technology and Secured Transactions, ICITST 2011
This paper investigates the effect of common war-driving on wireless network. Different war-driving software tools are examined and their effects are compared. It also investigates how forensics tools can monitor war drivers. The experiments show that significant numbers of homes are deploying wireless access points without much regard to the security of these devices and it is anticipated that more digital crime cases in this field will be deployed. Such cases include connecting to an unsecured home Wi-Fi network and performing illegal activities, or stealing personal data with sensitive information and using it to threaten victims or perform identity theft. © 2011 ICITST.
Said, Huwida; Guimaraes, Mario; Al Mutawa, Noora; and Al Awadhi, Ibtesam, "Forensics and war-driving on unsecured wireless network" (2011). Scopus Indexed Articles. 2071.