Mini-quiz: Wireless (in)security

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1.) What do you call a fake hotspot used by hackers to prey on mobile workers?
a. access point
b. honeypot
c. rogue access point
d. evil twin
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2.) Some wireless intrusion-detection systems incorporate location detection to identify intruders. What is the name of the location-detection method that involves comparing the signal received by three or more sensors to pinpoint a transmitter's probable location?
a. roving analysis
b. triangulation
c. RF fingerprinting
d. port mirroring
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3.) What is the term for the central hub-like device that allows wireless clients to connect to the network?
a. access point
b. modem
c. router
d. bridge
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4.) What WLAN standard requires TKIP and AES?
a. 802.11a
b. 802.11b
c. 802.11g
d. 802.11i
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5.) What is another name for war driving?
a. RF fingerprinting
b. access point mapping
c. speedboosting
d. packet sniffing
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This was last published in March 2005

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