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[ale] wireless security
- Subject: [ale] wireless security
- From: transam at verysecurelinux.com (Bob Toxen)
- Date: Mon, 9 Apr 2007 17:03:22 -0400
- In-reply-to: <[email protected]>
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While WPA2 seems far batter than the worthless (IMHO) WiFi,
use StrongSwan to establish a VPN through the wireless. Even "innocent"
browsing could give clues to your company's next product or clues
regarding what bank you use.
bob at verysecurelinux.com [Please use for email to me]
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-- Bob Toxen 10/03/2002
On Thu, Apr 05, 2007 at 06:20:50PM -0400, Daniel Howard wrote:
> Although the conventional wisdom has been that WiFi security is
> laughable, there have been some improvements lately (WPA2/802.11i) and
> there are third party solutions that require an additional access server
> be added to the network.
> What is the currently thinking of this group of the adequateness of the
> 802.11i security in off the shelf WiFi APs?
> TIA, Daniel
> Daniel Howard
> President and CEO
> Georgia Open Source Education Foundation
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