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Wi-Fi Phishing

Wi-Fi phishing is a cyberattack in which malicious actors create deceptive Wi-Fi networks that mimic legitimate ones. These rogue Wi-Fi networks are designed to trick users into connecting to them, often by using network names (SSIDs) that resemble familiar, trusted networks, such as public Wi-Fi hotspots, cafes, or airports.

Once a victim connects to the rogue Wi-Fi network, the attackers can engage in various malicious activities. The Wi-Fi Phishing add-on integrates with the Endpoint Security module to extend endpoint security posture by detecting connections that are suspicious of Man-in-the-Middle (MitM) Attacks. These MitM attacks allow attackers to manipulate or steal information.

Wi-Fi Phishing


The Wi-Fi Phishing add-on requires the Endpoint Security module to be enabled on your workspace.