What is a rogue wireless hotspot?
- It is a hotspot that was set up with outdated devices.
- It is a hotspot that does not encrypt network user traffic.
- It is a hotspot that does not implement strong user authentication mechanisms.
- It is a hotspot that appears to be from a legitimate business but was actually set up by someone without the permission from the business.
Explanation: A rogue wireless hotspot is a wireless access point running in a business or an organization without the official permission from the business or organization.
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