WLAN Security Solution

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IEEE 802.11
WEP
WLAN
WLAN Security
WPA2
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 network. Is WPA2 the best solution for security? I will appreciate if I may support the proposed security solution with some tests and results.

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You may consider using WPA2, certificates and the mac-address association.

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  • mshen
    That's asking for quite a lot to get people to provide you with testing and results. What should they be testing for? WPA2 is currently the a very secure security solution because it encrypts data with a non-standard key of your choice; as opposed to the static length of WEP keys.
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