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A network administrator has a requirement to implement a WiFi hot-spot for the public.
Which of the following should be used for secure access?

  • A. WEP and TKIP
  • B. WPA2 and AES
  • C. WPA and static IPs
  • D. WPA2 and MAC filtering
Created 11 months, 1 week ago by mjacklich

mjacklich

For a public hotspot? Why a sensitive data encryption like AES? Please explain?

64Sightings19

Read the question more carefully. Note that it says "for secure access".

mjacklich

But it also says "for the public". I supposed everyone will have the ability to have "secure access" like AES walking down the street?

JDauny

Yes for everyone but everyone need to be protected too I guess.

NdimoAlam

if it is for public, then there should be no password at all

PIT_boy

Public wifi can be a place like Starbucks.

ellawong310

a

64Sightings19

(a) is the wrong answer. TKIP is no longer considered secure, and is now deprecated. In other words, you shouldn’t be using it.

mfahadjalil

Exactly, TKIP was just a workaround before AES.