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answered wpa2-psk + wireless isolation = secure connection?
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comment Truecrypt Plausible Deniability - Linux
They won't necessarily be turning it off: wiebetech.com/products/HotPlug.php so you may want to include a radio or GPS based trigger as well.
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accepted Attaching hotspot to existing network - can it be secured?
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comment Web browsing on Windows 2008 R2 terminal server (RDS)
+1 for no flash for usability! I've used such thin clients before and would sometimes come across a website with full window animated flash stuff...making the system unusable for a few minutes while I struggled to close the window.
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comment Attaching hotspot to existing network - can it be secured?
Indeed, that's what we did. But it requires reconfiguring their network, which can be a hassle.
Aug
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comment Attaching hotspot to existing network - can it be secured?
Updated the question to include that. Attacks between wireless clients isn't a concern here. All I'm concerned with is protecting the office PCs from wireless clients. The best solution is to put the hotspot router directly off the modem, and connect the office PCs to my equipment so I can firewall them properly. Which is what I did in the end. I'm just wondering if there was a way to make this idea work, so no changes would need to be made to the existing network. I suspect the answer is no. But I also know there are people smarter than me out there!
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comment Attaching hotspot to existing network - can it be secured?
Because the goal was to be able to ship a preconfigured device to the location and have someone just plug it in. In the end, that's basically what we did, since I wouldn't help them set it up this way without finding a way to secure it.
Aug
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comment Is it safer to use less heard of software than popular software?
You believe Opera would be more secure because it sends ALL your traffic through a single server you have no control over? I'd consider it to be the exact opposite of safer.
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asked Attaching hotspot to existing network - can it be secured?
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comment How to convince your boss about importance of IT security
+1 for keeping good records documenting your involvement and warnings.
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answered Maintain User Privileges After Shutdown in Windows XP?
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answered Do burned DVDs contain trackable information?
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answered In TrueCrypt Hidden / Normal overriding?
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answered Is it trivial to bypass IP blocking?