802.11 wireless networking technologies have changed a lot through the years. In 2001, a cryptographic vulnerability was found in one 802.11 encryption method. Which encryption type should never be used on an 802.11 wireless network?
Which Windows file system provides capabilities such as quotas, file compression, encryption, and large file support?
The network is a wide-open space, but there are a number of technologies that network and security professionals can use to help control access to critical parts of the network. In this modules, you’ll learn about filtering technologies, tunneling and encryption methods, and remote access applications and protocols.
The lack of a physical infrastructure can make troubleshooting a wireless network a bit more complex than traditional wired networks. In this video, you’ll learn how to troubleshoot some of the most common wireless network issues, such as interference, encryption mismatches, frequency problems, bounce, and antenna placement.