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— On a wired network, physical authentication is implicitly provided by access: if a user is able to plug a cable into a network socket, he must have cleared other security checks such as the receptionist and/or locked doors. In the case of a wireless local area network (WLAN), the signal propagation is not limited by a fixed boundary, and unauthorized(More)
On a wired network, physical authentication is implicitly provided by access: if a user is able to plug a cable into a network socket, he must have cleared other security checks such as the receptionist and/or locked doors. In the case of a wireless local area network (WLAN), the signal propagation is not limited by a fixed boundary, and unauthorized access(More)
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