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I assume the question is about the "server" certificates used by PEAP, EAP-TLS, and EAP-TTLS to protect password authentication, as this wouldn't be a problem at all with client-certificate-based EAP-TLS. I doubt the EAP standards documents would ever have this information, given the crazy inconsistency across implementations (which surely wouldn't be as ...
Yes. Pretty straight forward information provided by each wireless access point. For instance in Android, this is what this information looks like in Wifi Analyzer: Only the security types listed for an access point will be accepted.
Yes, ofcourse that is possible! Almost any device that can wirelessly connect using WiFi, also has an interface for connecting to it right? I'm pretty sure that almost ALL devices, when prompted for a password say something like: "This network is using WPA2 Protection, please enter your password" or: "This network is useng an Enterprise Security, ...
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