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The paper explores several types of security protocols that are used in wireless networks. Security protocols such as Wired
Equivalent Privacy (WEP), WEP2, Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) and WPA2, the protocols developed mostly to work within the
IEEE 802.11 standard, are presented. In accordance with the encryption and decryption the study of the protocols merits and demerits
are introduced (vulnerabilities and problems). The number of procedures is proposed to improve against most of the known
vulnerabilities that are faced by the wireless networks security in present. The proposed procedures can be used in a number of security
Keyword: WEP, WPA, Multiple packet system, Message integrity check
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