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  • Wireless AP placement basics

    Many installers make the mistake of treating 802.11 WLANs just like Ethernet, placing access points (APs) in locations that facilitate outsider access to corporate networks. But, from a security perspective, WLANs should be treated like the Internet...  Continue Reading

  • How to compartmentalize WiFi traffic with a VLAN

    Virtual LANs have long been used within enterprise networks to create logical workgroups, independent of physical location or LAN topology. This tip describes how to use these same VLAN capabilities, found in both wired and wireless devices, to tag ...  Continue Reading

  • Defeating Evil Twin attacks

    Evil Twins pose a clear and present danger to wireless users on public and private WLANs. This tip describes steps that you can take to defend users against this poorly-understood attack. Learn why SSL or SSH may not be enough to protect your users ...  Continue Reading

  • Hunting for rogue wireless devices

    Detecting rogues is fairly easy, but eliminating them can be surprisingly tough. This tip describes a methodical rogue hunting process and tools that can help.  Continue Reading

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