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- Proper Encryption
- Passport Summary
- Advanced WPA and WPA2 Cracking
Wireless is a technology with an inherent problem, common to pretty much all standards. It's not really a technical problem, but one of physics. Most wireless gear works on radio frequencies, but others work over light spectrum, such as laser and infrared, and can be considered wireless as well. Most systems have the inherent security problem of a shared medium. Anyone else who is within the range of the signal can receive it just as easily as the intended recipient. For an attacker, this makes sabotage much, much easier. When eavesdropping on these signals became a security issue, the logical ...