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TECH TRAINING 6 - War Driving Kuala Lumpur

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Title: War Driving Kuala Lumpur
Trainers: Anthony Zboralski (Founder, HERT & PT. Bellua Asia Pacific) and Jim Geovedi (Member HERT & Security Consultant, PT Bellua Asia Pacific)
Capacity: 20 pax
Duration: 2 days
Cost: (per pax) MYR2899 (early bird) / MYR3299 (non early-bird)


This class will involve a war drive around Kuala Lumpur on the first day and as such is limited to 20 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 is the founder and CTO of Bellua Asia Pacific and the co-founder of the Hacker Emergency Response Team (HERT). He has more than ten years of progressive information security experience that include performing penetration testing, assessments, audit, computer forensics and other related services for some of the largest Asian banks and a dozen European-based Fortune 500 companies. Anthony was an invited speaker at HITB 2005, Cisco Security Summit 2005/2003, Apconex 2005, Syscan 05/04, Pakcon 2004, Info War Con Bruxelles 1996, Sicoval 1997, Infonord 1998. He�s a certified ISO27001/BS7799 ISMS Auditor.

About Jim

Jim is an information security consultant at Bellua Asia Pacific where his work in penetration testing allows him to focus on attack as well as defense. He has performed extensive research on network and host mapping, intrusion detection and prevention system, wireless hotspot security and operating system hardening. Jim was an active contributor in the development of FreeBSD and OpenBSD operating systems. He loves exploring computer system in unusual ways.

Jim has been an invited speaker on several conferences worldwide such as Bellua Cyber Security Asia, Hack In The Box, Cisco Security Summit and IT Underground as well as university and government symposiums. He has been quoted in numerous national publications including Jakarta Post, Kompas, and Detik-I-Net.

Event Organizer

Hack In The Box (M) Sdn. Bhd.

Supported & Endorsed By

Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC)

Malaysian Administrative Modernisation & Management Planning Unit

Platinum Sponsors

Microsoft Corporation

Gold Sponsors


Official Airline Partner

Internet Bandwidth Sponsor

Global Transit

CTF Sponsor

Scan Associates

CTF Prize Sponsor

Scan Associates

Sponsor for Zone-H/HITB Hacking Challenge


HITB Cinema Sponsor

Avenuz Sdn. Bhd.

Official Creation Station

The Womb.com

Our Speakers are Supported By

F-Secure Corporation

Arbor Networks


Bellua Asia Pacific


Mozilla Corporation

Mu Security

Supporting Media:

Virus Bulletin

Virus Bulletin (VB)

InfoSec News

(ISN) InfoSec News

InfoSec News

XAKEP (Russia)

Insecure Magazine

PHRACK Magazine

Hakin9 Magazine

Supporting Organizations

Chaos Computer Club

ISECOM - Insititue for Security and Open Methodologies


IT Underground

X-Focus China

Zone-H Defacement Mirror

Xatrix Security

Special Interest Group in Security & Information InteGrity Singapore