EAP-PEAP

EAP-Protected Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP-PEAP): creates an encrypted TLS tunnel within which the supplicant's identity is validated supplicant identity/credentials are always encrypted inside the TLS tunnel also referred as 'EAP inside EAP' all PEAP versions require a server-side certificate all PEAP versions require two phases highly secured EAP type 3 major PEAP versions: EAP-PEAPv0 (EAP-MSCHAPv2): … Continue reading EAP-PEAP

Things to do before you take a packet capture

There are many possibilities of taking packet capture to troubleshoot a wireless or wired network or application issues. Before you take a packet capture, there are several tips, which can save you a lot of time and money.   1. Check details of the WLAN adapter / AP Nowadays there are 2nd wave 802.11ac capable … Continue reading Things to do before you take a packet capture

deauthentication frame

Deauthentication frame is a frame sent by the AP or mobile client to completely terminate a connection with the Wi-Fi network. It is a notification, which doesn't have to be acknowledged. According to the standard there are specified multiple reason codes, which are obviously seen during frames analysis. Some of the vendors include the information … Continue reading deauthentication frame