Wireless Device Communication in Wireless LAN 2011

The devices that communicate with an access point (AP) in a WLAN include any personal communication devices with a network interface card (NIC) that supports the 802.11protocols and TCP/IP. The majority of these devices do not have the computing capacity to employ an encryption algorithm that can sufficiently thwart off would-be attackers. Therefore,this paper will explore several of the levels of security, the surrounding myth and fact related toWi-Fi, a proposed real-time analysis of network access patterns, and several other techniques for security over wireless networks. We conclude with a proposal to use biometric and global positioning system (GPS) technology available today as a method of increasing security and minimizing the attack on a WLAN.

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