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Filed under: Training — Administrator @ 8:31 pm

April 21, 2005

Title: War Driving Kuala Lumpur
Trainer: Anthony Zboralski (Gaius) & Jim Geovedi
Capacity: 22 pax
Seats left: 11
Duration : 2 days
Cost: (per pax) RM2000 (early bird) / RM2400 (non early-bird)


Note: Participants are required to bring their own laptops. Wireless enabled laptops aren’t required as students will connect to the Kismet Server using a network hub in the training room as well as in the bus.


This class will involve a war drive around Kuala Lumpur on the first day and as such is limited to 8 participants only. This two day hands-on workshop will cover wireless/mobile environments intrusion detection, secure wireless protocols, denial of service, privacy and anonymity, prevention of traffic analysis, wireless networking, monitoring and surveillance…

Wireless Technology is ubiquitous: hand phones, cordless phones, Wi-Fi LANs Bluetooth are everywhere. While wireless technology may be desirable to corporations because of the mobility and cost-saving it offers, wireless security has been elusive.

By default, most wireless networks are insecure and present a number of threats:

• Loss of Confidentiality (atm transactions, emails, confidential documents, etc.)
• Denial of Service, business interruption
• Theft of Service
• Internal networks may be exposed to outsiders and hackers may propagate via wireless to your network, partners and clients
• Corporate network could be used to launch stealth attacks against other targets or to transit spam

The 2-day course will cover:

• Introduction to Bluetooth and WiFi Security
• War Driving in Kuala Lumpur
• Analysing and mapping wireless networks.
• Attacking Wireless Networks and Bluetooth Devices
• Defending Wireless Networks
• Intrusion Detection and Monitoring

About Anthony:

Anthony Zboralski leads Bellua Asia Pacific, an Information Security consulting company based In Jakarta, Indonesia. He has more than 9 years of experience performing penetration tests, assessments, forensics and related services for some of the largest banks in Asia and a dozen Fortune 500 companies including Aerospatiale, Air France, Allianz, AXA, Electricite de France, Lagardere-Matra…

He is also known as Gaius, one of HERT cofounders and wrote some articles for phrack and hert.org (tunnelx, ciscogdb, procx, etc.). Anthony has been involved into hacking and security community since 1989 (started on x25 with otosync and bayernpower [Matthias]). He is 29 now, living in Indonesia with wife and two kids.

About Jim:

Jim Geovedi is HERT’s new evil thinker. While most of his time goes towards providing information security advisory and training services to private enterprises and government in Indonesia through Bellua Asia Pacific, in his spare time Jim amuses himself by working on open-source security software and
operating system development projects.

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Hack In The Box (M) Sdn. Bhd.

Supported & Endorsed By

Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC)

Malaysian Administrative Modernisation & Management Planning Unit

Main Sponsor

Microsoft Corporation

Official Airline Partner

Malaysia Airlines

Open-Hack Sponsor

VIA Technologies Inc.

CTF Sponsor

Scan Associates

CTF Prize Sponsor


Media Partners:

The Virus Bulletin Conference takes place at The Burlington, Dublin, Ireland, 5 to 7 October 2005. Register here.

Phrack Magazine

Our Speakers Are Supported By:

Bellua Asia Pacific

F-Secure Corporation

Supporting Organizations


Chaos Computer Club (Germany)

X-Focus China

Zone-H Defacement Mirror

Xatrix Security


Special Interest Group in Security & Information InteGrity Singapore