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Auto Packet Capture, Where Have You Been All My Life?
Posted by Robert Ferruolo (Dr. RF) on Aug 8, 2017

You can tell how long someone has been troubleshooting networks by the length of their arms. Orangutans like me have been doing it a long, long time.  I started with a sewing machine sized Network General luggable that I carried around the world. Now I have to stand up very straight  to keep my knuckles from dragging on the ground.

Mojo’s Cognitive WiFi platform - Aware, saves network engineers from having to have shirts specially made because it includes Auto Packet Capture.

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New PCI 3.1 Guidelines Address SSL Vulnerability
Posted by AirTightTeam on Apr 23, 2015

On April 15, the PCI Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) published PCI Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) Version 3.1 and supporting guidance. The revision addresses vulnerabilities within the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption protocol that can put payment data at risk.

2015 Year of the Goat and Wi-Fi & Security
Posted by AirTightTeam on Mar 3, 2015

In many Asian countries, the New Year is based on the lunar calendar and is dictated by the first new moon and ends on the full moon. In the case of the Chinese calendar, each New Year is marked by the characteristics of one of the 12 zodiacal animals: the rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, sheep, monkey, rooster, dog and pig.

AirTight at Wireless LAN Professionals Conference WLPC in Dallas
Posted by Sean Blanton on Mar 1, 2015

The Wireless LAN Professionals Conference is the brain child of Keith R Parsons - certified Wireless LAN professional, consultant and teacher. The conference consists of two days of fun, great topics, awesome gear, and wonderful networking. It features presentations from a vast array of experts in the field. The event is designed with two track sessions and short powerful talks called Ten Talks.

Year of the Horse: Wi-Fi and Security Thought Leadership
Posted by AirTightTeam on Feb 26, 2015

In many Asian countries, the New Year is based on the lunar calendar and is dictated by the first new moon and ends on the full moon. In the case of the Chinese calendar, each New Year is marked by the characteristics of one of the 12 zodiacal animals: the rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, sheep, monkey, rooster, dog and pig.

The Hunt for Rogue October
Posted by Rick Farina on Oct 30, 2014

Recently, I was invited to speak on Wi-Fi security at Wireless LAN Professionals Conference Europe in Maastricht, Netherlands. Excited about my first trip to the Netherlands, I quickly said yes and off I went. After meeting up with my co-worker, we arrived the evening before the conference to relax and check in. As a vendor neutral conference, the only Wi-Fi available was offered by the hotel (free!). On night one, we enjoyed some conversation with a few of our peers, and retired early to catch up on email (and sleep).

The Impact of IoT on Enterprise Wi-Fi
Posted by AirTightTeam on Oct 22, 2014

Choose your wireless network carefully. Cloud and APs are not all created equal.

Wire-Side Containment - Hidden Gem of Rogue Access Point Protection
Posted by Hemant Chaskar on Oct 16, 2014

The FCC’s decision to impose a fine on Marriott Hotels for unscrupulous Wi-Fi containment has set off numerous debates. Many in the WLAN community have opined on its implications for the use of unlicensed spectrum (see references below and follow Twitter discussion on the topic). These parleys have touched upon performance impact, security challenges and Wi-Fi monetization practices.

Wireless LAN Professionals Conference - Europe
Posted by AirTightTeam on Oct 14, 2014

Unless you've been hiding under a rock or are a WLAN newbie (in which case you’re forgiven), you know about Keith R. Parsons and WLAN Pros …

Google Pushing HTTPS Further
Posted by Hemant Chaskar on Sep 11, 2014

Implications for Public Facing Wi-Fi Security, Advertising and Analytics

You may have already noticed - Google search has been strictly using HTTPS for some time now. Typically, people do not enter passwords in keyword search and so people probably were not terribly worried about search sites not using HTTPS (Bing still allows HTTP). Nonetheless, Google seems to have taken position in favor of HTTPS. YouTube also allows HTTPS (though HTTP option is also available today). When YouTube page is accessed over HTTPS, videos also stream over HTTPS (a way to check this is funny name option called "Stats for nerds" which shows on right click on YouTube video). One could also say Google is making a point here that HTTPS isn’t necessarily the scalability bottleneck today.