Understanding Mobile Devices
Mobile devices, including smartphones, e-readers, tablet computers, and personal digital assistants (PDAs), are popular. Many of these devices use either RF signaling or cellular technologies for communication. Figure 12-5, for example, shows an Amazon Kindle looking for wireless networks.
If the device uses the Wireless Application Protocol (WAP), the device in all likelihood doesn’t have security enabled. Several levels of security exist in WAP:
Anonymous Authentication This allows virtually anyone to connect to the wireless ...