Wireless Equivalent Privacy (WEP) is a security protocol for 802.11-based wireless networks.

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If someone knows my wi-fi password, will he know what I am doing? [duplicate]

I just told my friend my Wi-Fi password, will he know what I am doing even though he does not connect to my home internet?
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WEP > WPA? Why? [duplicate]

What are some reasons (if any) one would choose WEP over WPA? Clearly, WPA offers more security, but when can WEP be a good or even better choice?
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Does this show the need for a two-factor authentication?

I need some help for my understanding while reading through this authentication scheme in WEP. In a WEP authentication scheme, the station first sends a request for authentication. However, this ...
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Kismet Output Shows 3 Possible Encryption Options, Which one?

Ran into an interesting situation with Kismet and Airmon-ng while observing a client wireless network. Basically, I'm observing the network using airmon-ng, and I have my BSSID and frequency set to ...
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Standard algorithm for WEP key generator 64-bit [closed]

I have downloaded the following function from the internet. It's a WEP Key generator for 64-bit from a giving passphrase. and I m wondering if a such algorithm is a standard algorithm? or it's an ...
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Security difference in wardriving open network versus monitoring traffic on a network to which I am authenticated

I have been listening to the CBT nuggets on comptia security+ and there were a few sections on wireless security. A question that occurred to me was: if I am authorized to use a wireless network, and ...
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How to simulate a WEP cracking scenario for faster cracking in local lab?

I need to illustrate WEP cracking methods, I'll be using aircrack suit for that. There is a little problem that I want to speed up the method for very fast packet capturing, since this is just an ...
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What is the most common default security setting on most consumer and small business Wi-Fi routers? [closed]

I am writing a paper right now which involves Wi-Fi security (I'll spare you the details). A major argument in this area depends on the assertion that Wi-Fi routers come defaulted as open networks (ie ...
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Strength of WEP, WPA and WPA 2 PSK

I know there are three method for wifi security. What are the relative strengths of the password encryption in WEP, WPA and WPA2 PSK?
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How wep wireless security works?

I want to know more about how WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) protocol for wireless securiy. From this wikipedia article I have got a basic Idea. But I still don't get what the initialize vector is? Is ...