What security feature does SSID broadcast suppression provide?
A) Prevents unauthorized stations from connecting to your wireless network
B) Locks important files so no changes can be made
C) Prevents malware from executing with Administrator privileges
D) Prevents your wireless network name from appearing on a network selection list
E) SSID IS A LOT OF UPPER CASE LETTERS
The answer: D) Prevents your wireless network name from appearing on a network selection list
Suppressing your SSID broadcast might hide the name from the public, but anyone can still connect to the network if they know your SSID.
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