[isf-wifidog] How Secure is WiFiDog

Andrew Niemantsverdriet andrewniemants at gmail.com
Dim 16 Jan 18:27:59 EST 2011

On Sun, Jan 16, 2011 at 4:19 PM, Steven Kurylo
<steven.kurylo+wifidog at aviawest.com> wrote:
> On 11-01-16 03:06 PM, Andrew Niemantsverdriet wrote:
>> But if the IP is spoofed the Internet will not function well on either
>> computer. So that kinda prevents that sort of thing from happing
>> correct?
> It certainly makes it harder, but not impossible.
> For instance, at a busy spot I could stalk all the clients and once one
> leaves, impersonate their MAC+IP to keep their session going.
> If a client is far away from the WAP, I could MITM her connection - pretend
> to be her to the WAP, and pass her traffic on to her; she wouldn't know.
>  Then start my own requests from there.
> Public wifi (regardless of the gateway used) is horribly, horribly insecure.

So the solution to this issue is 802.1x and WPA access, is there any
other options to make public wifi more secure?

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