An unprotected wireless network is extremely insecure. From anywhere within broadcast range, someone can eavesdrop or start using the network.
Cracking of wireless networks typically begins with finding wireless networks, and then gathering as much information about them as possible. This is called network enumeration. When a hacker scans the radio channels destined for wireless networks for activity, this cannot be detected because the scanner only listens for signals.
Hackers hunting for vulnerable wireless networks are closing in. Stop the hack attack with correct answers to these wireless security questions.
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