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New York Institute of Technology School of Engineering and Computing Sciences INCS 870 Project Accountable Usage Wi-Fi Instructor: Deepak Rout Vinay Reddy Kota – 1134026 Shravya Mittapalli - 1224657 Meerjumla Raghavendar - 1236280 Abhishek Dutt - 1206894 Date Submitted: March 5 th , 2019
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ABSTRACT INTRODUCTION Wi-Fi (an abbreviation of Wireless Fidelity) and wireline networks are not as you would guess, opposites in tech, but rather work together to enhance the communication. With high emergence of public Wi-Fi networks, users can access the internet outside their normal work environment. For example like most Coffee shops. Wi-Fi connects computers, video, security devices, mobile phones and many other devices across the world. With the increasing saturation of laptop-style computers and mobile phones, this is particularly relevant as controlled guest access is not simple to manage. Our app makes sure you have the best choices, improved services, and cutting edge technology that improve security. For a business, this implies authentication which can be useful for further reference. Captive portals are pieces of network software that restrict access to a network until the user who’s attempting connect has undertaken some action- usually logging in, or agreeing to a set of terms and conditions. If you’ve ever used the guest Wi-Fi at a hotel, airport or coffee shop, you’ve almost certainly used a captive portal. This method, promise is turning security into actions. It monitors the guest who is accessing the Wi-Fi in real time and reports through visual captures i.e., pictures. It is easy reach through smart devices once people
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