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What is a rogue access point?
What is a rogue access point?
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A rogue access point is the avenue for an "evil twin" attack, which makes the rogue AP look virtually identical to the legitimate AP. Evil twins are rogue access points that can impersonate a legitimate network, simulating the same SSID and MAC address. Employees and visitors can be tricked into connecting to the rogue AP instead of the legitimate network, opening the door to having their personal information and activity hacked. Security APs can identify the threat immediately and neutralize it before any harm is done.

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