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This kind of depends on how strong you want your network security policy to be. Lets point out the main good and bad things about a WiFi network: Good: Convenient for the office workers to work from anywhere in the office No need for cables and switches (This saves money and time) Keep better track of your users and have more control straight from the ...


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This is happening because your AP is able to filter out the MAC address and block it after an x amount of requests. What you need to do is to change the MAC address every x requests so the router won't be able to lock you out. Use reaver mac address changer: Reaver -i mon0 -c x -b xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx -vv --mac=vv:vv:vv:vv:vv:vv Warning: This might crash your ...



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