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Disabling which of the following would make wireless local area networks more secure against

unauthorized access?

MAC (Media Access Control) address filtering

WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access Protocol)

LEAP (Lightweight Extensible Authentication Protocol)

SSID (service set identifier) broadcasting

Disabling SSID broadcasting adds security by making it more difficult for unauthorized users to find
the name of the access point. Disabling MAC address filtering would reduce security. Using MAC
filtering makes it more difficult to access a WLAN, because it would be necessary to catch traffic
and forge the MAC address. Disabling WPA reduces security. Using WPA adds security by
encrypting the traffic. Disabling LEAP reduces security. Using LEAP adds security by encrypting
the wireless traffic.

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