FlexiWi-Fi Security Manager Using Freescale embedded System

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2015-12
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Among the current Wi-Fi two security models (Enterprise and Personal), while the Enterprise model (802.1X) offers an effective framework for authenticating and controlling the user traffic to a protected network, the Personal model (802.11) offers the cheapest and the easiest to setup solution. However, the drawback of the personal model implementation is that all access points and client radio NIC on the wireless LAN should use the same encryption key. A major underlying problem of the 802.11 standard is that the pre-shared keys are cumbersome to change. So if those keys are not updated frequently, unauthorized users with some resources and within a short timeframe can crack the key and breach the network security. The purpose of this paper is to propose and implement an effective method for the system administrator to manage the users connected to a router, update the keys and further distribute them for the trusted clients using the Freescale embedded system, Infrared and Bluetooth modules.

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Kamoona, M., & El-Sharkawy, M. (2015). FlexiWi-Fi Security Manager Using Freescale Embedded System. In 2015 2nd International Conference on Information Science and Security (ICISS) (pp. 1–4). https://doi.org/10.1109/ICISSEC.2015.7371003
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