R.A. Hettinga wrote:


The facility uses software and sensors to monitor 480 wireless devices used by medical personnel at 110 access points. Last month, it stopped about 120 attempts to steal financial information from medical personnel and patients - double the number of incidents from a few months earlier.

The recent surge in evil-twin attacks parallels phishing scams ...

Has anyone seen any case details on any of these attacks? The few articles I read all seemed to start out saying it was happening, and then ended with limp descriptions of how it *could* happen. That is, more FUD.

The above though seems to be a claim that it has
happened.  Now, what exactly did happen?  Was it
a hack attack?  An eavesdropping attack?  An MITM?

Was there indeed even an attack, or was it just the
software indicating a couple of funny connects?

Last year, those 2 kids were caught doing the wireless
thing in front of the hardware store - but again, what
they did was to hack (well, walk) into the systems and
install a program.

iang, still on the trail of the elusive MITM...

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