Technology identifies invisible intruders on wireless LANs

Friday, 30 November 2007, 4:58 PM EST

Groundbreaking research undertaken by the Queensland University of Technology has led to the creation of systems that can detect invisible intruders on wireless local area networks.

QUT Information Security Institute co-researcher Dr Jason Smith said he and a colleague had invented an effective system to detect unwanted presence on wireless networks.

At Computerworld.

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