Portable Cyber Security Box - Protection from all Cybersecurity threats

The Security Box

Security Box allows you freedom to work at home, at co-working place, during travel. Just connect with USB power of your laptop and work with peace of mind. Having dual connectivity for internet - USB and Ethernet, while wirelessly connect with built-in secure Access point to connect multiple computers and sharing secure internet with data security & protection of critical data for businesses. Being online and yet staying away from cyber attacks is the FORTE of Security Box.


Wireless hacking - Stations and Service sets

  1. Stations-

    All the components in a network that can connect to a wireless medium  are known as stations. Wireless stations can be classified into 2 categories:

    1) Access Points
    2) Clients

    Access points (AP) are the base stations through which various devices connect and become a part of the network. Wireless clients can be mobile devices such as laptops, personal digital assistants, or fixed devices such as desktops and workstations that are equipped with a wireless network interface.


    Basic service set:-

    The set of all stations that can communicate with each other along with the associated AP is called BSS or the Basic service set. Each BSS has an identification (ID) called the BSSID, which is also the MAC address of the access point (in the infrastructure BSS).

    BSS could be divided into two types:

    1) Independent BSS (also referred to as IBSS)
    2) Infrastructure BSS.

    An zz is an ad-hoc network that contains no access points, which means they cannot connect to any other basic service set, whereas in an Infrastructure BSS is the one which is organized around an Access Point which can bridge traffic out the BSS onto a distribution network. 

    Extended service set:-

    The set of all connected Base Service Stations (BSS) is known as an Extended Service Set (ESS). Access points in an ESS are connected by a distribution system. Each ESS has a ID called the SSID which is a 32-byte (maximum) character string.