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The use of wireless devices to access corporate network resources is now part of the norm within corporate environments.
When wireless users need to connect to a network they hardly question the source of their connectivity.
Mobile phones, particularly smartphones allow users to access network resources.
These harmless looking wireless devices can be a source of major threats if configured to be so.
The Internet is awash with mobile apps capable of performing packet sniffing.
These applications, coupled with the capability of the smartphone to be configured as an access point, can present a Smartphone Rogue Access Point.
Access Points advertise their availability using what is called a beacon frame.
This research paper proposes a solution which restructures this beacon frame to include an Authentic Access Point Value which can be used to defend against Rogue Access Points.
Siqabukile Ndlovu has been teaching at the National University of Science and Technology (Zimbabwe) for the past five years.
Her publishing career started in 2013 and to date, she has collaboratively published three articles with international journals and one conference paper
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