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WiFi Channel 6 unusable, but no other AP on Channel 6

There is a single MAC address broadcasting a vast amount of QoS packets on channels between 3 and 9. Is this a DoS attack? The access point that MAC address is associated with says its on channel 1. ...
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Detect / Prove and Prevent Wifi Deauth attack

I'm suspecting that my neighbor is running multiple Wifi deauth flood attacks against my Wifi. I'm using WPA2 and I don't think he can really crack my password, but my devices keep having wifi ...
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Can jumping to a new SSID be a solution for flood attacks?

If an attacker can access inside my network in any way and make a UDP or ICMP flood attack on any point of the network (server, client or router), can I prevent this attack transiently with jumping on ...
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DoS attack to device not connected to WiFi

I would like to know if there is any attack to DoS a device (NOT AN AP) that is not connected to any WiFi network. Using Probe Request frames I can obtain the MAC address. I can't 802.11 deauth ...
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How to avoid DOS attacks on Wifi?

I learned from ethical hacking tutorial and tested following command about DOS on Wifi. aireplay-ng -0 0 -a [Wifi-MAC here] It works fine, but my question is how can we avoid such attacks?
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Can someone take down Wi-Fi signal?

Is it possible that someone made an attack (DoS or something else) to my Wi-Fi router (without knowing of the password) and make my router's signal unavailable? 1) How it can be done? 2) What are ...
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Sniffing or DOS attacks or MIM Attack [closed]

i'm preparing my bachelor's degree, i have to chose an attack, sniffing, dos, or MIM attack, I'm a bit lost, in my project i have to find a solution, how to detect one of this attacks, If you guys may ...
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Is radio burst transmission really “jam resistant”?

Quoted from here: Certain military communication systems are based on the jam-resistant burst transmission of binary telegrams which consist of orthogonal spread-spectrum waveforms (BOK). To ...
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Is this a DDOS attack?

I lost my internet connection for about 15 minutes and I checked my netgear router log and found these 3: [DoS Attack: ACK Scan] from source: 114.77.184.189, port 44822, Tuesday, March 24,2015 19:...
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802.11w protected management frames - Wi-Fi

I've been reading about protected management frames, introduced in 802.11w, and had a few questions. Apparently, a message integrity check is provided with de-authentication frames, allowing either ...
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What to do when GSM/Wifi is jammed and ethernet cables are cut?

So.. There are household alarm systems (to defend against burglars) which send SMS/e-mail alerts if an intruder has been detected or an alert is trigged. However, Mobile networks can be jammed, and ...
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Measuring SNR to detect jammers in Wi-Fi networks

I'm trying to figure out a way to detect a Wi-Fi 2.4 GHz signal Jammer. I am not looking into locating the location of the jammer but rather detect the jamming signal. How do i do so using only ...
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How can one defend against DoS attacks at the physical layer?

Of course, there's always the odd issue of old microwaves and wireless telephone handsets interfering with Wi-Fi performance. And, in many areas, there's a fair chance that you're going to have to ...