What two default wireless router settings can affect network security? (Choose two.)
- The SSID is broadcast.
- MAC address filtering is enabled.
- WEP encryption is enabled.
- The wireless channel is automatically selected.
- A well-known administrator password is set.
Explanation: Default settings on wireless routers often include broadcasting the SSID and using a well-known administrative password. Both of these pose a security risk to wireless networks. WEP encryption and MAC address filtering are not set by default. The automatic selection of the wireless channel poses no security risks.
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