Security protocol (IEEE 802.11i) developed by the Wi-Fi Alliance to protect wireless networks.

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Does WPA2 Enterprise protect against evasdropping from within the network?

At home, I have a simple ISP supplied router where I have set up a WPA2-PSK wireless network for our laptops and other devices. While I played around with Wireshark, I noticed that I could use my ...
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What are the security implications of pairwise master key caching in Wireless Networks?

I'm currently investigating WPA2 enterprise security options, and I'm curious about PMK Caching. I've found lots of vendor information about it, and understand that the client does not need to ...
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Cowpatty handshakes vs Pyrit

At the moment I have a strange problem: I captured a pcap-file, and pyrit and aircrack tell me that it contains a valid handshake. But cowpatty complains about not having a full handshake, thus making ...
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802.11 Authentication/Association and WPA/WPA2 authentication (Four-way handshake)

So I have read that 802.11 standard requires stations and APs to go through the authentication and association before communication can take place. I also know that WPA/WPA2 has its own authentication ...