Wi-Fi Security Measure

Yesterday, I attended the Seminar on Protecting Your WiFi Network and Utilization. There were a lot of recommendations on securing WiFi which include using WPA2+AES, change default SSID, stop broadcasting SSID, MAC address filtering, and not to place APs near windows. Strange, no body mentioned stop DHCP allocation on APs and WiFi client must use a static IP address to connect while the network address is difficult to predict like Even an attacker finds out the key, without being allocated proper IP address and gateway, the attacker can still not get through the AP to connect through other people's network.

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