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PEAP-MSCHAPv2 Vulnerability Allows For Credential Theft

In 2013, Microsoft released a report of a known security vulnerability present within Wi-Fi authentication. The authentication protocol known as PEAP-MSCHAPv2, a widely supported standard, can be exploited to gain user login information from devices which are not properly configured ... Read More The post PEAP-MSCHAPv2 Vulnerability Allows For Credential ... Read More

Avoid BYOD Headaches By Offering A Secure And Automated Onboarding Solution

In today’s mobile era, consumers are no longer chained to a bulky desktop in a cubicle or classroom. They are doing business, taking classes and accessing resources on the go from a personal mobile device, oftentimes sending emails or tweaking ... Read More The post Avoid BYOD Headaches By Offering ... Read More

WPA2-PSK is Not Enough

In this day and age, employees are accessing their corporate resources wherever they can get a strong wireless signal, whether that’s a public hotspot, the office, or a friend’s apartment. Methods of authentication based on a pre-shared key (PSK) are ... Read More The post WPA2-PSK is Not Enough appeared ... Read More