WiFi User Guide

WiFi User Guide

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This guide strives to give useful information in a concise manner to help non-technical users get the best Wi-Fi connectivity and security with the least amount of money and time. Concise The goal is to explain clearly and in a few words; to be brief but comprehensive. In other words, useful information instead of bla-bla-bla. Connectivity The best ways to get good Wi-Fi connectivity are simple and inexpensive turn-key solutions and even low-cost 'Do-It-Yourself' (DIY) alternatives. Appendices at the end of the book contain Linux codes to show how to implement powerful applications. Some technical know-how is helpful but not required. Security Wi-Fi is a two-way communication networking technology using 2.4 and 5 GHz radio bands. In other words, Wi-Fi operates on public 'airwaves'. Without any precaution, a€œanyone nearby can tune into. Basically, Wi-Fi technology is based on radio waves to receive and transmit data. It is similar to CB or walkie-talkie radio. Within the transmission range, anybody can listen to the conversation. This is why securing the transmission of private data is at the center of this guide.KisMAC This is similar to Kismet but for Mac OSX. It reports the noise levels and gives the signaltonoise (SNR) values. It also supports GPS and mapping, and includes tools to attack WiFi networks for penetration testing. Kismet A WFi stumbleranbsp;...

Title:WiFi User Guide
Author: Gel Gepsy
Publisher:Webolicus -

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