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MITM attacks are rare in your home. Not really an issue to worry about. XSS is more of a threat.

But if you do have neighbors who are very techie, than it is an issue to be worried about.

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But if you do have neighbors who are very techie, than it is an issue to be worried about.

WPA2-AES + 64 char. ASCII password and an IDS like ironGeeks DecafienatID

MITM no more! (easily at least). As now even if a someone using a rouge AP the IDS will alert you! :P Add a VPN too if your paranoid at home :P Then it will be even harder :P A little obscene for your own network though.

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WPA2-AES + 64 char. ASCII password and an IDS like ironGeeks DecafienatID

MITM no more! (easily at least). As now even if a someone using a rouge AP the IDS will alert you! :P Add a VPN too if your paranoid at home :P Then it will be even harder :P A little obscene for your own network though.

I wouldn't mind having too much security in my home network.

Security is something that I am always concerned about so, I see it as a must to have.

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I wouldn't mind having too much security in my home network.

Security is something that I am always concerned about so, I see it as a must to have.

Ya personally I do all the above except VPN at home. On the go its everything plus VPN/SSH tunnel

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