New technique for protecting transmitted data via WLAN

  • Marchella Macarulli Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain
Keywords: information, interceptions, networking, transmission, wireless

Abstract

The proposed work is a new technique for protecting the transmitted data via WLAN from eavesdropping and illegal interceptors. The main aim of this technique is to control the transmitted packets in order to minimize risks level which may be caused by probable attacks. Moreover, this technique assumes that the transmitted data in the training phase was used to train the system to be adaptable and immune against different attacks which may be caused within several circumstances. This proposed research covers all the possibilities using the framework of fuzzy theory for all risks levels and the size of every packet from low to high.

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Published
2019-08-23
How to Cite
Macarulli, M. (2019). New technique for protecting transmitted data via WLAN. International Research Journal of Management, IT and Social Sciences, 6(5), 108-117. https://doi.org/10.21744/irjmis.v6n5.714
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