“You are only coming through in waves . . .”
1. R. Waters and D. Gilmour, “Comfortably Numb,” The Wall (EMI, 1979).
Wireless networks are everywhere. They exist in enterprises, homes, subways, buses, cafes, anywhere people go. For an investigator, wireless networks can be a boon or a wretched headache. In the best scenarios, wireless networks provide easy access to client traffic, a convenient entry point into the network, and extensive access logs.
On the other hand, many wireless devices and access points do not retain access logs, especially when deployed with default configurations. Client systems tend to be connected transiently, and their physical locations are often unknown ...