Ive read various documents that claim its actually more of a security risk to not broadcast your SSID since clients that were previously associated will send out sensitive data while trying to rejoin?
We havent broadcasted our corporate SSID for the past few years but we are going through a large upgrade and Im thinking it might be time to make the change. I also noticed that Windows 7 still see SSID's that arent broadcast, though labels them as "unknown network" or something similar.
Just wondering your thoughts on whether or not I should broadcast our corporate SSID or leave it non-visible? Thanks
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