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Wireless netork card access?

Posted on 2004-04-25
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i want to make my own encryption algorithm, suppose i have made my own program to ecrypt and decrypt text , how can i implement it in my home wireless network.i dont know about it anything. how i access the wireless network card or traffic or packets to use my encrytion program to encrypt traffic? can you people tell about this?
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Well you need an understanding of whats called the TCP/IP OSI model.

making it more difficult for malicious hackers to use one packet to read the entire stream of wireless data

Currently, the standard is called WEP for wireless "secure" (not really though) wireless negotiations.

Ideally, you would create an application (a program) which encodes each packet that is sent via the wireless (or wired) network, making it more difficult for malicious hackers to use one packet to read the entire stream of wireless data.

Get an understanding of the OSI model and your programming idea can be brought to reality.

Good luck,

Jon-Paul
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well i know about the tcp/ip stack , but i dont know how i access the packet in visual basic.net and how i implement my own algorithm at the packets leve. so that packets with my encryption algorithm will travel in my own network and when they have to go out and reach gateway my encrytion algorithm wrapper will remove and that packets come back into their normal form.but that encrytion algorithm will work in my network so that when i send data from one computer to other the other computer in my network will decode and interpret the packet as normal.
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