In this chapter, we saw how to prepare a "battle" laptop for wireless penetration testing, listed the criteria for choosing a Wi-Fi interface, reviewed the list of the necessary software, and developed the useful scripts and configuration files to speed up the active phase of penetration tests. Now, you can load your device and start pentesting. Before you start with a project, we strongly recommend you learn how to use the tools and practice using them in your lab—that is what it's for!
At this point, you are almost ready to start learning penetration testing and practicing it in your lab, but one thing is still missing. We are going to cover it in the final chapter: suggested next steps for your further penetration testing skills development.