User-side Wi-Fi Evil Twin Attack detection using SSL/TCP protocols

  title={User-side Wi-Fi Evil Twin Attack detection using SSL/TCP protocols},
  author={Omar Nakhila and Erich Dondyk and Muhammad Faisal Amjad and Cliff Changchun Zou},
  journal={2015 12th Annual IEEE Consumer Communications and Networking Conference (CCNC)},
Evil Twin Attack (ETA) refers to a rogue Wi-Fi Access Point (AP) that appears to be a legitimate one but actually has been set up to eavesdrop on wireless communications [1]. Most of existing detection techniques assume that the attacker will use the same legitimate wireless network gateway to pass through victim's wireless data. These detection methods will fail if the attacker uses a different gateway, such as using his own broadband cellular connection through his own smartphone. In this… CONTINUE READING


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