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From: dufresne at winternet.com (Ron DuFresne)
Subject: Cisco LEAP exploit tool...

On Wed, 14 Apr 2004, Paul Schmehl wrote:

> --On Wednesday, April 14, 2004 09:17:56 AM -0500 Ron DuFresne
> <dufresne@...ternet.com> wrote:
> >
> > All wireless traffic should be treated as unsecured, and pushed through a
> > DMZ/encryption tunneled setup.  Puttiing wireless AP's directly on the LAN
> > is a major blunder.
> >
> Well, that really depends, doesn't it.  We're doing IPSEC using AES for

Yes, as I said, tunneled and encrypted, anything spewing into the 'air'
needs to be kept from someone just reaching out and grabbing your data, be
it wireless network traffic, wireless cameras and keyboards and mice, and
this includes those sweet little nanny-cams that are actually being
marketed as 'security monitors'.  WEP/WAP, no matter, tunnel it if it is
to really pass through your wired boundries.  Or just don't allow it.

Then again rougue AP's are another matter...

Thanks,

Ron DuFresne
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