Wi-Fi protected access, Wi-Fi security enhancement using 802.11i, 802.1x and EAP standards, to enhance WEP - dynamic key assignment, strengthening encryption, ensuring keys are not repeated and adding the equivalent of a message hash to assure data integrity. WLAN security necessarily operates at physical or link layers (e.g. at the MAC sublayer as in 802.11i) but if only IP service is provided then security at network or transport layer (e.g. TLS, SSL, IPsec) may be an alternative or a sensible addition, especially when using a public, Wi-Fi LAN.
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