If they do not use encryption they may expose sensitive data to outside

If they do not use encryption they may expose

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are uncontrolled. If they do not use encryption, they may expose sensitive data to outside eavesdroppers. If a device is connected to a wired network and has bridging enabled, an ad-hoc network may also function like a rogue AP. Additionally, ad-hoc networks can expose client devices to viruses and other security vulnerabilities. For these reasons, many administrators choose to prohibit ad-hoc networks. Valid Client Misassociation: This feature does not detect attacks, but rather it monitors authorized (valid) wireless clients and their association within the network. Valid client misassociation is potentially dangerous to network security. The four types of misassociation that we monitor are: QUESTION 223 In a network with a deployed Cisco WLC, which two entities must be configured with the shared secret key for 802.1X authentication? (Choose two.) QUESTION 224 Which two formats are supported for uploading background graphics to create a network map in Cisco WCS? (Choose two.)
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Free VCE and PDF Exam Dumps from PassLeader 200-355 Exam Dumps 200-355 Exam Questions 200-355 PDF Dumps 200-355 VCE Dumps QUESTION 225 Which two destinations can Cisco WCS administrators specify for a scheduled report? (Choose two.) QUESTION 226 Which two formats are available for Cisco WCS reports? (Choose two.) A. PDF B. CSV C. HTML D. TXT Answer: AB Explanation:Reports are saved in either CSV or PDF format and are either saved to a file on WCS for later download or e-mailed to a specific e-mail address. -0/configuration/guide/WCS70cg/7_0reps.html.
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