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    WPA-PSK+WPA2-PSK
    i may be wrong but with this one you can specify your own key with letters and numbers.

    bykergrove;5075969

    I changed to this WPA2-PSK(Wi-Fi Protected Access 2 with Pre-Shared … I changed to this WPA2-PSK(Wi-Fi Protected Access 2 with Pre-Shared Key)hid my SSID and set up an access list


    Thats good enough i think :thumbsup: even if someone was to hack your connection they would have monitor the traffic first which is not easy and a very long process.

    kroozing;5076003

    Thats good enough i think :thumbsup: even if someone was to hack your … Thats good enough i think :thumbsup: even if someone was to hack your connection they would have monitor the traffic first which is not easy and a very long process.



    last time took me 10 mins , did it just to anoy me neighbour and prove a point

    hutchir9;5077311

    last time took me 10 mins , did it just to anoy me neighbour and prove a … last time took me 10 mins , did it just to anoy me neighbour and prove a point



    I knew WEP was possible to hack but not the others. That process normally took hours. How on earth did you do it n ten mins!?

    hutchir9;5077311

    last time took me 10 mins , did it just to anoy me neighbour and prove a … last time took me 10 mins , did it just to anoy me neighbour and prove a point



    You have to monitor the traffic in binary code to extract the encryption key which really does take hours. If you did do it this way in 10 mins, then hats of to you. if you simply guess the key then that's not really hacking in to the connection.

    WPA-PSK+WPA2-PSK
    is
    WPA-PSK (Wi-Fi Protected Access Pre-Shared Key) and
    WPA2-PSK(Wi-Fi Protected Access 2 with Pre-Shared Key)

    WPA-PSK+WPA2-PSK is purely for compatibility reasons

    WPA2 802.1x with a RADIUS Server (ACS or AAA) with dynamic certificates (PEAP-MSCHAPv2) with LDAP using AES and machine accounts.
    that's the strongest, WPA2-PSK is the domestic weaker version of the WPA2 because the key is not dynamic hence the ability to hack is not impossible is rather misleading.

    Alfonse;5078046

    WPA2 802.1x with a RADIUS Server (ACS or AAA) with dynamic certificates … WPA2 802.1x with a RADIUS Server (ACS or AAA) with dynamic certificates (PEAP-MSCHAPv2) with LDAP using AES and machine accounts.that's the strongest, WPA2-PSK is the domestic weaker version of the WPA2 because the key is not dynamic hence the ability to hack is not impossible is rather misleading.



    wow.. i'd listen to this guy :w00t:
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