2 questions

Hello,

I am sorry that I ask two questions as follows:

1.Whether f-secure sense would prevent hacker sniffing my lan network.

2.Whether sense could work with new google wifi.

Regards,

 

Answers

  • SimonSimon Posts: 2,582
    You might be better off asking in the SENSE forum:

    https://community.f-secure.com/t5/F-Secure-SENSE/bd-p/Sense
    TapsuccaAvisitors
  • LakshLaksh Posts: 4,428

    Hi @Avisitors,

     

    Just to keep you informed, I have moved your post to the Sense board now.


  • @Avisitors wrote:

    Hello,

    I am sorry that I ask two questions as follows:

    1.Whether f-secure sense would prevent hacker sniffing my lan network.

    2.Whether sense could work with new google wifi.

    Regards,

     


     

    Tapsucca
  • TapsuccaTapsucca Posts: 501

    Hi @ultimatebhatia and thank you for bringing this up as we had somehow managed to unnoticed this.

     

    1. Absolutely SENSE will protect your LAN-network as it creates its own protected LAN.

     

    2. I will have to confirm this with our SENSE experts and I will get back to this as soon as I get an answer from them.

    Ukko
  • TapsuccaTapsucca Posts: 501

    Hi,

     

    Back to this, here is the answer that I got from our SENSE-team related to the compatibility with Google WiFi.

     

    They has not tested compatibility with Google Wifi yet, but in theory it should work.

    There also might be some limitations.

     

     In general, in order to get the full functionality in SENSE you’ll have to configure Google Wifi  to bridge mode.

    According to Google’s support pages you can do that but only if you’re using a single Google Wifi point.

    https://support.google.com/wifi/answer/6240987?hl=en

    In addition, you’ll lose some of Google Wifi’s key features when it’s in the bridge mode, see the details under the section

    Enable bridge mode …

    on the page above.

    UkkoLaksh
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