Acrylic WiFi Home

Acrylic Wi-Fi Home is a Free WiFi scanner that displays WiFi access points and shows information of the security mechanisms and obtains generic WiFi passwords thanks to a plugins system. Our WiFi scanner is able to gather information from 802.11/a/b/g/n/ac networks.

Access points: WiFi networks information (SSID/BSSID) and connected users.
Signal level: Signal quality charts for WiFi channels and detected devices.
Inventory: Naming known Wi-Fi devices.
Passwords: WiFi passwords and default WPS Keys (password testing).
Channels: WiFi channel scanner and WiFi networks through channels in 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz.
Security: Network authentication and security details for WEP, WPA, WPA2 and Enterprise (802.1X) WiFi networks.
Hardware: No special hardware is required for its operation.
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How to keep your online information secure while using public Wi-Fi

By Chris San Filippo

Public Wi-Fi networks, connecting us from our computers, tablets, phones, and technologies are being offered by more companies every day. Working from coffee shops, checking social media from restaurants or malls, or connecting to Wi-Fi from a hotel or another public-facing business are commonplace these days. But with the amount of personal data stored on our online accounts, how can you safeguard your information from any prying eyes?
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5G radio access – capabilities and technologies

by Ericsson

The capabilities of 5G wireless access must extend far beyond previous generations of mobile communication. Examples of these capabilities include very high data rates, very low latency, ultra-high reliability, energy efficiency and extreme device densities, and will be realized by the development of LTE in combination with new radio-access technologies. Key technology components include extension to higher frequency bands, access/backhaul integration, device-to-device communication, flexible duplex, flexible spectrum usage, multi-antenna transmission, ultra-lean design, and user/control separation.
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Managing Security Risks in Wireless Networks

by Michelle Sellers

This is 2017 and wireless networks are an important part of the structure in nearly every business. Unfortunately they are also a large vector for attackers to compromise vulnerabilities in a system that hasn’t been secured properly. This whitepaper will discuss the inherent vulnerabilities of a wireless network and ways to manage and mitigate these risks properly.
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