Wireless (part 2) Rogue Access Points

Rogue Access Points This lesson covers rogue access points. Rogue access points are set up for users to connect so traffic can be captured and sniffed. However, they can be very problematic as they allow for rogue devices to connect to a network which can create issues for devices that are already connected to the network. It needs to be made clear that people are not allowed to bring their own personal devices and set up their own access points on a network. Issues can be mitigated by not connecting to devices you don’t recognize or open wireless access points.
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