Our school requires everyone to bring their own laptops for homework, etc.
It uses something called 'Genian NAC' to authenticate users.
I can either use Ethernet or Wi-Fi to connect, but both require a couple of programs to be installed
- V3 (AV)
- A security program NAC agent: "My PC Keeper"
If not authenticated [Manually approved by teachers], it shows a specific page saying "You are not authenticated" and it shows my IP, MAC address and computer name, plus a number for tech support.
The Wifi uses WPA2-Enterprise-TTLS-PAP, and EVERYONE SHARES THE PASSCODE
There are two Wi-Fis, Teacher and Student
Teacher network can be connected using student credentials.
The Ethernet is... well, the usual wall port.
Just how much security-insensitive is the network?
How much can the NAC agent do on my laptop? It doesn't have the Mac version, though (I don't think that will matter a lot but ideas are welcome).