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What if I want to communicate completely anonymously? Wireless is relatively anonymous from the perspective that you, as a person, won't be easily identified unless your traffic gives you away. That said, your location is identifiable using triangulation and your hardware device ID (MAC) will identify the device used unless you're able to override it. ...


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How is eduroam different from a VPN in terms of security? Eduroam is only an infrastructure for authentication, it allows your institution's servers to prove that you're indeed the one you're pretending to be. It only authenticates you, but doesn't tunnel your traffic or similar - your traffic is still at the mercy of whatever network you're ...


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If we assume that your procedure is correct then the only purpose of "No Handshake" situation is caused by hardware limitation, i.e.: When your wifi device is 802.11g will not capture the handshake packets which are sent between two 802.11n router and client. Everything will seem to be normal, you can see the frames and Beacons, also you are able to ...


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The school network administrator could limit the access to Internet through the following ways (depending on the network devices): MAC Address filter (White/Black list) - Not very efficient though since a MAC address can be easily spoofed. Scheduled time - Only within a certain time frame the connection to the Internet is allowed URL Blocking (White/Black ...


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in psk authentication and 802.1x authentication methods, five main keys are generated. master session key,group master key,paired master key,paired transient key and group temporal key.paired transient key and group temporal key are generated after four way handshake. when you switch from one access point to another,the four way handshake starts again.



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