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  1. Then the only good way to implement this will be...

    Then the only good way to implement this will be to put the WAP behind it's own firewall. Then you can limit the places that the WAP-connected clients can go.

    --Ben
  2. Thread: Career paths

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    I do security full time in the 'real world', so...

    I do security full time in the 'real world', so I'll kinda describe that route.....and how I got there.

    Experience is worth more than anything else in the security world. A formal education helps...
  3. In an ideal situation, you'd hang the AP off of a...

    In an ideal situation, you'd hang the AP off of a DMZ interface of your firewall. I'm not familiar with the Watchguard line, but a quick look at their website indicates that most of their boxes have...
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    It's quite possible that they have a program that...

    It's quite possible that they have a program that reads the abuse mailbox, attempts to parse it and sends out notifications without ever having an actual human intervene. Maybe the auto...
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    I'd recommend hping. It's a pretty complete...

    I'd recommend hping. It's a pretty complete packet generator, allowing you to modify most portions of the packet from the IP protocol on down.
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    Couple of things. - if you can avoid deploying...

    Couple of things.

    - if you can avoid deploying wireless at all, do so

    - if you must deploy wireless, here are few tips:
    - do NOT put the WAP on your internal network, hang it off of a DMZ on...
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    You need to decide on a technology to use first,...

    You need to decide on a technology to use first, the two most prominent would be:
    PGP - good open source support, not supported out of the box by most MUA's
    S/MIME - pretty good open source...
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