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Natural Language Interface for Mojo Cognitive WiFi
Posted by Murthy Jvr on Feb 20, 2018
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You may have experience asking the digital assistant on your smartphone to schedule a meeting or provide weather update. What if you could have a similar assistant to ask about the overall health of the network, debug client issues or take corrective actions?

 

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Natural Language Interface for Mojo Cognitive WiFi
Posted by Murthy Jvr on Feb 20, 2018

You may have experience asking the digital assistant on your smartphone to schedule a meeting or provide weather update. What if you could have a similar assistant to ask about the overall health of the network, debug client issues or take corrective actions?

 

Telugu bug impacting WiFi
How the iOS Telugu bug impacts WiFi 
Posted by Bhupinder Misra on Feb 15, 2018

The latest Apple bug, in which one Telugu character can crash a user's Messages app on any iOS device, also affects WiFi networks.  

If a malicious user creates a WiFi network with the specific Telugu character in the SSID (network name), it crashes the WiFi app (Settings --> WiFi) on iPhones, iPads, and other iOS devices. In our testing, it also renders the menu bar WiFi settings unusable on Macbook laptops. 

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It Just Works!
Posted by Robin Jellum on Feb 12, 2018

I just watched the Marysville Schools video case study. "It just works", "Plug and play" were the words that the IT Director and Network Administrator used to describe Mojo Networks WiFi. It is great to see an amazing vision come to fruition.

It reminded me of the Steve Jobs quote: “Simple can be harder than complex: You have to work hard to get your thinking clean to make it simple. But it’s worth it in the end because once you get there, you can move mountains.”

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Mojo 8.5.1 adds Application Dashboard to Cognitive WiFi
Posted by Robin Jellum on Feb 8, 2018

Mojo continues to launch new features and enhancements at a furious pace. The 8.5.1 Mojo Wireless Manager release contains many customer requested features and network operating system optimizations that improve the WLAN experience and performance. The headline of this release is the addition of the Application Dashboard to the Cognitive WiFi toolbox. Leveraging the power of the cloud, machine learning, and AP intelligence, voice and video conferencing applications are analyzed in real time to evaluate the quality of users’ experiences.

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I fell in love with Chattanooga 
Posted by Lisa Garvey on Jan 22, 2018

Was it the seriously good chicken-fried steak at the all-night CityCafe after 12 hours of delayed ice-storm travel? (Just me and the nice cops at 4am.)  Was it being featured on the local ABC news broadcast because I was there to judge the Alexathon? Was it the abundance of great locally-brewed IPAs, or the number of friendly people who smiled and said “hi,” just walking down the street? Or maybe the fact that almost every restaurant serves fried pickles?

Happy New Year!  No Resolutions Required
Posted by Lisa Garvey on Jan 3, 2018

For the past several days, I’ve been inundated with promotional emails telling me how to get the new year off to a good start: lose weight, exercise, get better sleep, clear out my closet, increase my credit rating. (And, since I live in California, I can’t even drive to the grocery store without passing a billboard promising that recreational weed will help me achieve all of the above. Frankly, I don’t think it can help with my credit score.) 

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The Not-So-Fast Times at Ridgemont High
Posted by Louise Peter on Dec 19, 2017

Many of us recall the scene from Fast Times at Ridgemont High when Jeff Spicoli, played by Sean Penn, gets the munchies and orders pizza to be delivered to Mr. Hand’s classroom. If this happened today, Spicoli would have ordered pizza from his iPhone without leaving his seat. And Spicoli’s phone? It would be connected to the school’s WiFi network. And with the growing number of student and school issued devices accessing the WiFi network, WiFi performance would be… well, less than Greased Lighting (but that’s for another blog).

Securing K-12 WiFi - A Scary Movie Blog
Posted by Louise Peter on Oct 31, 2017

It is a classic urban legend horror scene - a young woman is home alone (she is usually a babysitter). She receives creepy phone calls asking "Have you checked the kids?" The babysitter calls the police and the police set up watch outside the house to keep the babysitter safe. The police trace the phone calls and to their horror, they discover that the calls are not coming from another location, but they are coming from inside the house.

About One CVE at the Tail End of KRACK: 13088
Posted by Hemant Chaskar on Oct 27, 2017

In my last video blog on KRACK attack, I explained the technical details of workings and countermeasures for 9 out of 10 CVEs. The one I did not discuss in detail was CVE-2017-13088. At the time there wasn't enough information available on it and though it looked like the twin of CVE-2017-13087, due to differences between how group keys are distributed in MFP mode versus non-MFP mode, it required separate consideration.  After receiving more details from the researcher (@vanhoefm), I am prepared to share  information about CVE-2017-13088 and the appropriate countermeasures.