There has been an explosive increase in the usage of wireless technologies over the last few years, and wireless security is becoming an increasingly serious issue. However, basic solutions like WIPS can only protect small areas of networks while requiring a heavy investment to maintain. As a supplement to address these problems, a new method known as wireless vulnerability analysis is becoming a major point of interest for companies.
Wireless Vulnerability Analysis first divides an area into sectors for analysis, and after identifying areas of vulnerability engages in more precise analysis of those sectors. NORMA is at the forefront of these wireless vulnerability analysis advances.
These methods have been utilized at the large scale R&D departments of companies like LG Electronics and Samsung Electronics and have identified wireless vulnerabilities at ISPs, public institutions and internet companies. We have developed an open source solution called AtEar based on this breadth of experience.
AtEar is able to detect any hacking devices and classify all wireless devices through a simple scan, allowing users to inspect the state of the wireless networking at a glance. It can analyze and report on the installation and access of automatic Access Points, detect and report any exposure or unauthorized release of company information, and perform hacking simulations to identify vulnerabilities.
Furthermore, it can provide succinct and customized reports on the state of wireless networks through hacking simulations and device classification, fully compliant with security management guidelines such as ISO 27001 and other financial security management norms.
AtEar open source files can be downloaded for use from Github.