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comment Two SSIDs on same Access point- not good?
Thanks Chris, I will definitely get someone else to implement! Thanks Rory
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comment Two SSIDs on same Access point- not good?
Hi, could you just elaborate on "privileged access", do you mean a higher-type of access than a normal visitor would have on the visitor network?
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comment Two SSIDs on same Access point- not good?
Hi, thanks for replying. My emphasis is that by giving a relatively unsecure network to visitors, could this compromise the secure network because they're both using the same physical AP? Or are you saying that someone wouldnt even need to be on either network to cause a DoS to the secure network?
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comment Two SSIDs on same Access point- not good?
and when you say "communicate" do you mean it'd be physically impossible even if you spoofed parts of packet headers?
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comment Two SSIDs on same Access point- not good?
I presume you could DoS the router, which would affect the other network?
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comment DNS Spoofing vs ARP spoofing, the relationship?
How can a user limit being DNS-spoofed against?
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