KRACK Vulnerability

There are already quite a number of blogs going into detail about the KRACK, I wont go into detail about the actual vulnerability, feel free to look over the links provided below: https://www.krackattacks.com Andrew von Nagy's - Revolution WiFI Blog Twitter #KRACK The question I will propose is how in future do we manage getting …

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Netscout Aircheck G2 V2 and Test Accessory

Last week Netscout released their Aircheck G2 V2 update (software update to the G2 for all customers with current support agreements, no need to purchase new hardware). What's New: This update brought with it: Captive Portal connectivity One of the features I have wanted to be brought to the Aircheck for awhile, allowing us to …

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Traditional RSSI Location Vs Cisco’s Hyperlocation Accuracy Real World Results Part 2 – The Open Planned Office

Updated Noticed that someone turned on an ACL between the WLC and CMX so the Hyperlocation data did not correctly come through for this test. Updated the data below I previously wrote about Traditional RTLS vs Cisco's Hyperlocation in the real world for a walled office. This post is to put to the test the …

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Conducting An Outdoor Site Survey Using Ekahau With A GPS Receiver.

Have you ever had to conduct a site survey for an outdoor area, it might be fine if only a very small area, clicking everywhere you stand/ walk, but imagine doing a city block or a mine site, this would be come very hard to manage. This is why site survey software normally supports a …

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