ROGUE WI-FI HOTSPOTS (E.G. WI-FI PINEAPPLES)    

Rogue Wi-Fi Hotspot and rogue Wi-Fi access points (including Wi-Fi Pineapples) can impersonate legitimate Wi-Fi networks, and can be used for Man-In-The-Middle attacks to sniff network traffic and steal credentials. Can someone in your building by-pass all your Wireless Intrusion Detection Systems by opening a Wi-Fi hotspot which detours your data around your expensive Wi-Fi anomaly detection?

To learn more about finding rogue Wi-Fi hotspots operating in your environment read the Bastille data sheet or request a Bastille demo.

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