WLAN security: which protocol is best for you?

Monday, 16 January 2006, 12:10 AM EST

If your organization has ever investigated WPA or WPA2 for securing its wireless infrastructure, the terms '802.1X' and 'EAP' will come up frequently. Both WPA and WPA2 are Wi-Fi Alliance standards based on IEEE 802.11i, a wireless security standard that dramatically improves upon the very insecure WEP.

At Networking Pipeline.

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