Security for 802.11 wireless networks.

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House owner can see who's connected to WiFi; what more can he see?

I live in a rental house, and use the house-owner's wireless network to connect to the internet. The owner can see who is connected to his wireless network and I had a few questions regarding this ...
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How much information can be gathered about a network without connecting?

I'm working on a project that ideally needs to be able to identify local wifi networks, and be able to recall them if they are approached again. Is there any unique identifying information that can be ...
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How to detect the “Hello packets” sent by a wifi enabled smartphone

Actually I have a case where I should able to detect the mobile phones and get some data about the device available in my network range without connecting to the network. I have seen somewhere that a ...
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How much can someone see from my iPhone by connecting to my wifi

How much can someone see from my iPhone by connecting to my wifi and can they copy my messages files documents etc
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What are the risks of a rogue Access Point? What lessons can be learned from the Wifi Pineapple?

I'd like to educate colleagues and peers on rogue access points using the tool "Wifi Pineapple". What are some specific security-related lessons I could demonstrate? If applicable, what are the ...
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Does public wifi pose a security risk to existing logins?

I'm taking a trip soon and want to figure out how safe it is to use public wifi for services. A common piece of security advice I've found about public wifi (example) is don't log into things, because ...
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Secure connection between two clients inside a wifi without internet connection

I'm currently trying to understand secure connections inside a WiFi network without an Internet connection. I would like to use some sort of SSL tunneling inside a WiFi network between two clients. ...
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WiFi WPA cracking with Reaver [closed]

This question is for anyone who has tried or succeeded to crack WiFi WPA/WPA2 keys with BackTrack Linux and Reaver. So, I wanted to test it on my WiFi router. I started everything as described here. ...
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How can I remove an unknown device from my wifi network?

I have an OnHub (from Google), and there is a device I don't know on my wifi network. Is there some way for me to kick it, or DDoS it, whether through some command line command on windows or ubuntu, ...
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Security risk among shared wifi users [duplicate]

I understand that the shared users on a wifi can see each other's HTTP traffic using proper tools. Is it possible for shared users to read HTTPS traffic or encrypted traffic like TOR ?
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WPA/PSK Dictionaries

So i have been reading some articles on WPA/PSK encryption, And one said that the hash is calculated like this: Key = PBKDF2(passphrase, ssid, 4096, 256) Where PBKDF2 is a standardized method ...
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Unknown device accessing my WiFi hotspot? [closed]

My personal hotspot is accessed from an unknown site when I am in my home. Everyone in my home owns apple products but samsung android appears in network in system profiler. Active services ...