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CWNA Summary Notes: 802.11 Network Security Architecture

Components of a Secure Network

Required components when securing a network are:

Data Privacy and Integrity

Access to Wireless medium is unrestricted hence the use of cipher encryption technologies is needed for proper data privacy. 260 more words


CWNA Summary Notes: Legacy 802.11 Security | Legacy Authentication

Legacy Authentication

Legacy authentication methods were more of an authentication of capability (verification between two devices that they were valid 802.11 devices) and not so much an authentication of user identity. 486 more words

CCNP Wireless

Inside The Amazon Dash Button

The Amazon Dash Button is a tiny WiFi-enabled device that’s a simple button with a logo on the front. If you get the Tide-branded version, simply press the button and a bottle of laundry detergent will show up at your door in a few days. 142 more words

Radio Hacks

Scapy , perfect tool for wireless attacks .

Download and installation

  • Install Python 2.5
  • Download and install Scapy.
  • (For non-Linux platforms): Install libpcap and libdnet and their Python wrappers.
  • (Optional): Install additional software…
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Is Your Wireless Network Up-To-Date?

One of the main reasons for the successful track record of Wireless LAN deployments has been that it’s evolution has been maintained at a steady pace, in the right direction, while always allowing for a smooth transition from older versions. 8 more words


How to Directly Program an Inexpensive ESP8266 WiFi Module

The ESP8266 is the answer to “I want something with Wifi.” Surprisingly, there are a number of engineers and hobbyists who have not heard of this chip or have heard of it but don’t really understand what it is. 2,206 more words

Wireless Hacks

FPV range and latency test in a noisy environment

This post presents some range and latency test results using my wifibroadcast software together with two TL-WN722N wifi sticks transferring a video signal from a raspberry pi. 779 more words