Security in Wireless Networks

The 802.11 specifications include services for link-level authentication and an optional privacy (i.e., confidentiality) service termed Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP). WEP is designed to protect the confidentiality of link layer traffic (i.e., the wireless leg). The security parts of the standard...
Robert Mahan
November 14, 2001

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