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Wireless Security in UAE: A Survey Paper Amir Kalbasi, Omar Alomar, Mohammad Hajipour, Fadi Aloul
 

Summary: Wireless Security in UAE: A Survey Paper
Amir Kalbasi, Omar Alomar, Mohammad Hajipour, Fadi Aloul
Department of Computer Engineering, American University of Sharjah (AUS), UAE
{b0009395, b00011362, b00013727, faloul}@aus.edu
Abstract -- The paper evaluates the security status of
Wireless Local Area Networks (WLAN) used by residents
and companies in two major cities of the United Arab
Emirates (UAE). The goal is to study the security
vulnerabilities that lie beneath the usage of WLAN by the
public in UAE. Data will be collected from various
populated sites and will be analyzed to better understand
the wireless security awareness among the public.
Index Terms -- Wireless Security, Wireless LAN,
SSID, WEP.
I. INTRODUCTION
Wireless networks are one of the most growing
segments of information technology. Because of the
flexibility of wireless networks, businesses, educational
establishments and households are adapting this
technology which makes it an integral part of modern

  

Source: Aloul, Fadi - Department of Computer Engineering, American University of Sharjah

 

Collections: Engineering