Wireless security topics including 802.11, Bluetooth, and others.

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What are the methods to crack WPA and WPA2? [closed]

Is there any method other than brute force and dictionary attacks to break WPA and WPA2?
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How to check for 4way handshake in ivs files? [migrated]

There are many tutorials how to search in pcap files for the 4way handshake in wireshark (search for the "eapol"). Q: But how can I search for these in .ivs files? Or ivs files doesn't contain ...
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How do cellphones discover wireless APs? [closed]

I'm trying to find some information on how cellphones discover which wireless networks are in range? Is it via ARP or DHCP discover? Also how often does a cellphone do this polling? I can't find any ...
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wireless security concern [closed]

My small office has Netgear Router (N300 DGN2200). I had it secured using "password" . So any computer which needed access had to give the security password. But today a outsider accessed my router ...
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How to camouflage the IP packages in a Home share wireless router? [duplicate]

I want to be able to hide my IP packages at best connecting to my router that I am sharing with other people in my house. Is it possible? Can I encapsulate them and let them unreadable?
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Can i apply the 270Mbps mode on my Netgear CBVG834G or increase frequency range? [closed]

I have a two floor apartment and my router is downstairs. My reception is lousy on the 1st floor and I am trying to find a solution without having to buy new equipment. I've tried to change the ...
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What kind of Wi-Fi security protocol does not use encryption?

I need to sniff HTTP packet over the WiFi network. What kind of WiFi security protocol does not use encryption? I mean if I capture the WiFi packets, no effort required to decrypt wireless packets and ...
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How to prevent malware infection and file accessibility through a wireless router? [duplicate]

The answer suggested in the 'duplicate' is about a different issue. But since my original wording of the question seems to have not been clear - here's a second attempt: Is there any danger of any of ...
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Hack a LAN with low security [closed]

In our university users have to use VPN to connect to internet.But for local works(like login to university website,checking their university accounts) VPN is not needed.And as I know we have ...