Wireless networks can be more vulnerable to attacks than wired networks because of their open structure, as potential attackers may compromise the network without actually getting access into the enterprise premises. Some of the most common Wi-Fi threats are:
- War driving and war chalking
- WEP and WPA cracking
- Rogue access points
- Wireless evil twins
War Driving and War Chalking
War driving is the process of finding available wireless access points within a certain geographical area by driving around and listening for signals. This combines Wi-Fi monitoring and . . .
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