billyblaxsta Posted August 3, 2011 Share Posted August 3, 2011 We know that the Jasager pretends to be the unencrypted SSID that the client is trying to connect to. But - what I am wondering - is why would the client connect to the Jasager when the client will no doubt receive a response from the genuine AP. In other words: what factors are important in ensuring that the client connects to the Jasager rather than its real AP? (I am assuming we have an unencrypted network). Would not the power of the Jasager be less than a (perhaps nearer) real AP for example? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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