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reauthentication

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  • Be able to handle credentials securely while providing the full range of authentication support functions, including login, change password, forgot password, remember password, logout, reauthentication, and timeouts.

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  • Roaming occurs without reauthentication through a centralized RADIUS server.

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  • Be able to handle credentials securely while providing the full range of authentication support functions, including login, change password, forgot password, remember password, logout, reauthentication, and timeouts.

    OWASP - Recent changes [en]

  • : The IEEE 802. 11i protocol is the update to 802.11 security that includes all of the interim measures found in WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access), and also adds a longer, strong encryption key using AES and fast handoff through quick reauthentication among access points.

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  • : The IEEE 802. 11i protocol is the update to 802.11 security that includes all of the interim measures found in WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access), and also adds a longer, strong encryption key using AES and fast handoff through quick reauthentication among access points.

    Wi-Fi Networking News

  • Debian Security Advisory 1640-1 - Simon Willison discovered that in Django, a Python web framework, the feature to retain HTTP POST data during user reauthentication allowed a remote attacker to perform unauthorized modification of data through cross site request forgery.

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  • Debian Security Advisory 1640-1 - Simon Willison discovered that in Django, a Python web framework, the feature to retain HTTP POST data during user reauthentication allowed a remote attacker to perform unauthorized modification of data through cross site request forgery.

    Hack In The Box

  • Debian Security Advisory 1640-1 - Simon Willison discovered that in Django, a Python web framework, the feature to retain HTTP POST data during user reauthentication allowed a remote attacker to perform unauthorized modification of data through cross site request forgery.

    Hack In The Box

  • Debian Security Advisory 1640-1 - Simon Willison discovered that in Django, a Python web framework, the feature to retain HTTP POST data during user reauthentication allowed a remote attacker to perform unauthorized modification of data through cross site request forgery.

    Hack In The Box

  • Debian Security Advisory 1640-1 - Simon Willison discovered that in Django, a Python web framework, the feature to retain HTTP POST data during user reauthentication allowed a remote attacker to perform unauthorized modification of data through cross site request forgery.

    Hack In The Box

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