• CCMP (Cipher Block Chaining MAC protocol) - 128-bits encryption using AES

  • TKIP (Temporal Key Integrity Protocol) - each packet is encrypted with unique WEP key generated using a one-way transformation from the primary key and incremental IV vector. After all IV vectors are tried (16.7 mil combinations) the primary WEP key is regenerated using 802.1x. A packet integrity is provided using MIC (Message Integrity Check) that represents 32-bit value calculated from the frame header, payload, bit-flipping-proof sequential number - there is no possibility to forge datagrams or use the same IV

  • Key management and replacement of RC4 with AES, WRAP (Wireless Robust Authenticated Protocol), EAP a Radius standard