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comment Strength of WEP, WPA and WPA 2 PSK
Let me add a bit of an intensifier regarding WEP. If you've been thinking about going with WEP, you should probably just go with an unencrypted wireless network instead. That way at least you're not fooling yourself into thinking you're secure.
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comment Tracking down a rogue access point
It looks like my comments and my answer (and others' answers) to another, more general question about "how do you detect rogues?" have been merged into this one. I find this weird and confusing. If you are reading this question and you're confused, that's why. (Insert here whining and complaining at overzealous moderators for trying way too hard to be organized and just messing things up. Acknowledgement that the whining belongs more on Meta. Cessation of my emotional involvement in the matter follows.)
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comment Tracking down a rogue access point
@Rook - that question is relevant but seems to be about a specific rogue attack; this one is broader and I've tried to answer it from a "state of the industry rogue-detection techniques" perspective.
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revised Tracking down a rogue access point
+patent link
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comment I want to remove my WAP access list
+1 for WPA-Enterprise / 802.1X. But while you're at it, you really should be using WPA2, not just WPA.
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revised Tracking down a rogue access point
explain signal strength
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revised How to find rogue access points?
add wifi tag
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revised Tracking down a rogue access point
+ patents
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revised Tracking down a rogue access point
note on sensors. oh, and forgot about client-side.
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answered Tracking down a rogue access point
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