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accepted The best papers on WPA/WPA2
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comment The best papers on WPA/WPA2
There is really no reason to be derogatory like that. You have decided that asking for article recommendations is being lazy, I disagree. Let's leave it at disagreeing, shall we? Most questions in any forum, could be answered by the op if he spent a day googling. On the other hand, I believe that it is a mantra for StackOverflow (though perhaps not for security.stackexchange) that 'no question is too easy', because they want the body of Q&As to grow and serve as a reference for people in the future. Google for 'wpa2 papers'; this post is hit number 3!
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comment The best papers on WPA/WPA2
I will go ahead and use some of the articles used as sources for the Wikipedia article on WPA2, together with your two recommendations. I will post which of those articles I can recommend, as an answer, when I have read them all.
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comment The best papers on WPA/WPA2
I get your points. Before posting I did a bit of Googling yes, and read some abstracts, but I did not dive into the articles because it takes so much time, and that is what I would like to avoid. Even if an article is called 'A survey of ...,' I assume that there are many such and some of them could be poor quality work by graduate students. Then I searched at this site for 'academic' to see if it was ok to ask for academic articles. I found this.
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comment The best papers on WPA/WPA2
Furthermore, people have asked for article recommendations here before, and with useful answers.
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comment The best papers on WPA/WPA2
I think your 'summary' is unfair. I could use Google (or academic databases) and the results would be overwhelming. That is what most of my classmates do (they have been assigned other topics), but I know that they will not find the best articles, not even 5 good articles, but simply find some 5 random articles. I was hoping for instance that some reader is doing a phd on this, and would share his recommendations, I am not asking people to do any googling for me.
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accepted How to scan USB drive with clamav on Linux
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comment How to scan USB drive with clamav on Linux
I don't know if there is a virus in the mbr, but I want to find out. Not just rebuild. Thanks, though.
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comment How to scan USB drive with clamav on Linux
But there could be a virus in the mbr, and your method will not check for that.
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