Wireless Security Vulnerabilities Exposed At a minimum...

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Wireless Security Vulnerabilities Exposed At a minimum include the following: Detailed description of the area researched Technology involved o “The conventional WLAN security mechanisms (e.g., such as WPA2/802.11i) provide standardized methods for authentication, access control and encryption between a wireless client and an access point” (Gerkis, 2006) Future trends Global implications Wireless Threats and Vulnerabilities o “The wireless networks consist of four basic components: The transmission of data using radio frequencies; Access points that provide a connection to the organizational network and/or the Client devices (laptops, PDAs, etc.); and Users. Each of these components provides an avenue for attack that can result in the compromise of one or more of the three fundamental security objectives of confidentiality, integrity, and availability.” (Choi, et. Al, 2008) o Five Wireless Threats You May Not Know (Wright, 2007)) Types of wireless attacks (Phifer) o Access Control attacks o
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