PEAP-MSCHAPv2 Vulnerability Allows For Credential Theft

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PEAP-MSCHAPv2 Vulnerability Allows For Credential Theft

In 2013, Microsoft released a report of a known security vulnerability present within Wi-Fi authentication. The 802.1x authentication protocol known as PEAP-MSCHAPv2, a widely supported standard, can be exploited to gain user login information from devices which are not properly ...
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Launching Certificate-Based Security Shouldn’t be Intimidating

Jake Ludin Education

Launching Certificate-Based Security Shouldn’t be Intimidating

Historically, some have avoided EAP-TLS certificate-based authentication for wireless security because the overhead costs of setting up and managing this network type end up outweighing the security benefits. To properly configure the network for certificate-based authentication, you’d have to configure …

Dinosaurs Among Us: The Archaic Protocol at the Heart of Secure Wireless

Adam Education

Dinosaurs Among Us: The Archaic Protocol at the Heart of Secure Wireless

At SecureW2, we develop a lot of technology for wireless security, more specifically 802.1X. If you’re not familiar 802.1X, it’s the basis of WPA2-Enterprise networks that corporations, colleges, and other large organizations use. And inside the vast majority of these …