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  • Detecting WireShark and other sniffers in your wireless network?

    What's the best way to root out a promiscious sniffer like WireShark? Are there any specific packet types that it spits out I can search for? I'd love suggestions for specific anti-sniffing tools to help better lock down our network. Thanks

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  • Wireless Routers with Static DHCP settings?

    We have an internal wired network that DOESN'T use DHCP. Client machines have their IPs set uniquely & their gateway & DNS settings pointing at a proxy server that gives internet access. I need to add wireless capability to this network. So the access point has to be able to have a hardwired IP,...

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  • Remote PIN updates from Windows Mobile 6

    If we make it mandatory for our users to have a PIN on their WinMo 6 phones, can we later reset this PIN remotely when they inevitably forget it? We're running Exchange 2007, and I want the extra security but not the extra headache of users on the road needing a new device because they can't...

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  • Simple solutions for tracking Wi-Fi networks in an office environment?

    Hi all, I'm looking for ways to keep WiFi access under control in our office. We have a Panera and a other few open hotspots around us, and I just wanted to monitor what was out there and help keep everyone on the right networks. I've heard some people used Back Track LiveCD, but wondering what...

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  • Security of MAC-based wireless access permissions

    A colleague and I were recently debating whether it's an OK policy to allow wireless access based on users MAC addresses. He has a small office where most people are wired, but a few are wireless and are part of that notorious gang that can't be bothered with passwords. He also said that basing...

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  • Security concerns around .11n Networking?

    I've heard a lot of conflicting reports around whether .11n actually is much more secure than its .11x brethren. Any first-hand experience in starting to deploy it,and any tips on whether I can rest easier at night with it over a Ethernet getup?

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  • What of Windows 7 mobile?

    Curious as to early impressions of Windows Mobile 7? I've seen a lot of uses of Windows Mobile over the years in IT, particular for more rugged deployments in the warehouse or on the road as kind of a utility computing device, none of which the new OS seems to be interested in. Is Windows 7 mobile...

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  • Best mobility blogs

    As part of our mobility focus this month, we're looking for the top bloggers on mobility. Please add any suggestions you have down in the answers section! We'll share the best with our members in the community update.

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  • Best books on enabling enterprise mobility?

    As part of IT Knowledge Exchange's guide to mobile computing, we're trying to put together a list of the best books on enterprise mobility, whether it's outfitting your company with mobile devices or simply upgrading to .11n. If you have any books to recommend, just add them to the list.

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