Enhanced WEP: An efficient solution to WEP threats

  title={Enhanced WEP: An efficient solution to WEP threats},
  author={H. R. Hassan and Yacine Challal},
  journal={Second IFIP International Conference on Wireless and Optical Communications Networks, 2005. WOCN 2005.},
Security is a strong requirement for effective deployment of business wireless communication applications. Therefore, many proposals dealt with security holes in wired equivalent privacy protocol (WEP). In this paper, we analyze WEP security holes and we propose an improvement over WEP which achieves, in addition to its security goals, another security service which is replay detection. Our premise is to permit deploying an efficient security mechanism on wireless networks, without… CONTINUE READING
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