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- Preventing deauthentication attacks 5 answers
As far as I know about De-authentication attack, the attacker sends de-auth packets to both router and the victim asking the victim to disconnect and reconnect. But I wonder what would happen if I disable the auto-connect.
As per my knowledge, I would be disconnected and would not reconnect. The attacker might just stop the listening after a while as the handshake was not captured, if he/she is a script kiddie.
PS: I know it's advisable to keep a strong password which cannot be found in a dictionary. But I'm curious to know if my idea would work or not.