Silica – A Wireless Hacking Tool

Ryan Naraine writes on his ZDNet blog about Wi-Fi hacking with a handheld PDA.

The palm-sized PDA tucked away in Justine Aitel’s pocketbook just might be the most scary device on display at this year’s RSA security conference.
Aitel is roaming the hallways here with Silica, a portable hacking device that can search for and join 802.11 (Wi-Fi) access points, scan other connections for open ports, and automatically launch code execution exploits from a built-in exploit platform.

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