A network security administrator is trying to determine how an attacker gained access to the corporate wireless
network. The network is configured with SSID broadcast disabled. The senior network administrator explains
that this configuration setting would only have deterred an unsophisticated attacker because of the following:
The SSID can be obtained with a wireless packet analyzer.
The required information can be brute forced over time.
Disabling the SSID only hides the network from other WAPs.
The network name could be obtained through a social engineering campaign.