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    I have a few AP's in my neighbourhood with hidden...

    I have a few AP's in my neighbourhood with hidden ESSID's and I never managed to catch the station probing for them and I'm thinking about the same way to secure my AP. The only way it could be...
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    The sense would be that you wouldnt keep the...

    The sense would be that you wouldnt keep the 100GB big libs with passwords. Only one password - the last one, you've tested. And then you add 1 to it to get the next pswd and replace the last one.
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    hmmm... yeah, good point. a repeater would...

    hmmm... yeah, good point. a repeater would probably probe only one ESSID...
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    I can confirm a similar method is used by other...

    I can confirm a similar method is used by other companies. Spanish Telefˇnica uses 13-char long capitals+numbers passwords for their WEP encrypted AP's (which is pointless since you can crack the...
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    Sounds to me like an AP trying to act as a WDS...

    Sounds to me like an AP trying to act as a WDS extension - tries to connect to your AP and let more (THEIR) clients use YOUR network. But can be karmetasploit too...

    Do as you've been suggested by...
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