Wireless Encryption Types

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Wireless Encryption Types As we mentioned earlier, wireless routers require SSID and encryption keys, that’s needed to provide security, control use of network resources, and prevent unauthorized access to the wireless network. We introduce you to several current and previous wireless encryption types and begin with WEP, then examine WPA and contrast that with WPA2. Once completed, you’ll know the difference between TKIP and AES encryption, why WEP was an unsecure type of transmission encryption.
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