pabo2uk Posted December 14, 2014 Share Posted December 14, 2014 Ive seen a couple of entries with this very subject, I have a question also, but didn't want to jump in, mid conversation to the other Topics. Although this seems like a great addition of having a secure AP on the Pineapple, but, what advantage (if any) does this serve? If a client connects to the Open AP and a client connects to the Secure AP, are they not connecting to he same AP!? I am very interested in the addition of the Secure AP, but would am missing the point of what service this provides? The only thing I can think of, is that if I have my own Client Say a laptop connected to the Pineapple using the Secure method, no one can sniff/hack my traffic. (maybe if they had a Pineapple)!! Thanks Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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