Rogue AP

Opsec Considerations:
- Enable 802.11w to prevent deauthentication frames from WIPS.
- Spoof BSSID of an AP that is not in the wireless range to avoid BSS conflicts.
- You cannot target specific devices using MAC-based Management Frame ACL for beacon frames related attacks.

For EAPHammer hardware modes use flag --hw-mode (default is 802.11a or 802.11b depending on specified channel):
- 802.11b Older specification, 2.4GHz only
- 802.11a Used for creating 5GHz access points
- 802.11g Used for creating 2.4GHz access points
- 802.11n Can be used on both the 2.4GHz and 5GHz spectrums (default uses 20MHz channel else use --channel-width 40)