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  • Password encryption: WEP, WPA and WPA2

    I'm pretty much a beginner when it comes to security but I do know that there are pretty much three different methods when it comes to Wi-Fi security: WEP, WPA and WPA2. My question is this: Does one method have better "strength" when it comes password encryption? Or are they pretty much all the...

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  • Group Policy for WPA2 on Windows Server 2003/2008

    I have a Windows 2003 SP2 and a Windows 2008 SP2 Domain Controllers. I need to create a GPO for WPA2 Wireless, I have modified the schema for WPA2 support for the 2003 , but if I create the GPO from the 2008 GPMC and go to the GPMC in the Windows 2003 it appears as error in the GPO and, after the...

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  • WLAN Security Solution

    Hello. I'm currently working on a project on WLAN security. I already addressed the issues of vulnerabilities in WEP which were supported by some experimental tests. Now I'm struggling to find a best proposed security solution which should be ideal for not only home network but also an enterprise...

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  • Linksys router issue

    We are a small organization using Linksys WRT54G wireless routers in a section of our offices. One router will not accept a change from WEP to WPA2. Attempts to update the firmware (in the hopes that this would resolve the issue) fail both from the external updater and from within the router...

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  • Wireless network connection problem

    I'm having trouble getting a 4 year old (approx) Packard Bell PC with XP and SP3 installed with a Netgear WG311T wireless network card to connect to my TP-Link TL-WR841ND wireless router. I have the routers security set up as WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK Passphrase. I have tried the network card in another PC...

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  • Cisco 1310 point to point wireless bridge with WPA2

    Tried using the document provided on the Cisco website to create a point to point wireless bridge and it works fine with WEP encryption, but how do I get the WPA2 encryption to work since WEP is not secure ? I also found a document on the Cisco site about WPA2 encryption but that is directed more...

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