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version 9.8.2 security primer ?

dtsblake_588878
Contributor II
To make it easier for our students, we plan to use passphrase only for our security.

See the three attached pictures of our WLAN configuration.  What kind of security problems are we creating?? and why???

Thanks
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rahul_koul
Contributor
AES is a strong encryption algorithm. I don't think there are any problems with this config.

Regards,
Rahul
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