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Learn to compromise wireless networks

More bits in the WEP password don’t bring better security. Always use the latest encryption method, like WPA/WPA2/WPA3.

Thomas Jensen

A wireless system is a set of at least two gadgets associated with one another through radio waves inside a constrained space run. The devices in a remote system have the opportunity to be moving, yet be in connection with the network and offer information with different gadgets…

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