Overview OSPF is Interior Gateway Protocol (IGP) designed to distribute routing information between routers belonging to the same Autonomous System (AS). OSPF is based on link-state technology that has several advantages over distance-vector protocols such as RIP: no hop count limitations; multicast addressing is used to send routing information updates; updates are sent only Read More
Introduction This document covers the basics of how wireless technology works, and how it is used to create networks. Wireless technology is used in many types of communication. We use it for networking because it is cheaper and more flexible than running cables. While wireless networks can be just as fast and powerful as wired Read More
This post summerises the Winbox server vulnerability in RouterOS, discovered and fixed in RouterOS on April 23, 2018. Note that although Winbox was used as point of attack, the vulnerabilitty was in RouterOS.How it works: The vulnerability allowed a special tool to connect to the Winbox port, and request the system user database file. Versions affected: Read More
This attack actually is a brute force attack on WPA2 preshared key. The reason this attack is considered effective is because it can be performed offline, without actually attempting to connect to AP, based on a single sniffed packet from a valid key exchange.