The Methods of Protection and Hacking of Modern Wi-Fi Networks

2019;
: pp. 1 - 6
Authors:
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Department of Information Technology Security at Lviv Polytechnic National University

In this paper, we discuss the most popular attacks on personal Wi-Fi networks, offer some improvements to the hacking process and possible methods of protection.

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