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The IEEE 802.11i wireless networking protocol provides mutual authentication between a network access point and user devices prior to user connectivity. The protocol consists of several parts, including an 802.1X authentication phase using TLS over EAP, the 4-Way Handshake to establish a fresh session key, and an optional Group Key Handshake for group(More)
802.11i is an IEEE standard designed to provide enhanced MAC security in wireless networks. The authentication process involves three entities: the supplicant (wireless device), the authenticator (access point), and the authentication server (e.g., a backend RADIUS server). A 4-Way Handshake must be executed between the supplicant and the authenticator to(More)
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