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Denial Of Service on WLAN
I posted a thread some few days ago regarding interference on my wireless network. I just discovered its probably caused by DOS.
Would anyone please please, am on my knees please tell me how to prevent DOS - Denial Of Service on my wireless network.
You cant get DOS on a Wifi connection, you might be thinking of RF interference, try changing your Channel number on your AP.
Also is your connection secure?
run a program called Netstumbler, it will show all other wireless networks and info about them..
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