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WIFIWALL OFFICE USER MANUAL

THE FOLLOWING USER MANUAL INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING CONTENT‭:‬

 Device Description

2  WifiWall Office Setup 

3  Using WifiWall IN-Office

4 Using WifiWall Office-OUT

5  Alerts section

DEVICE DESCRIPTION‭:‬

WifiWall Office Protects your Office WiFi network with a multi-layer approach- Two unique miniature hardware devices, each providing a different layer of WiFi security and working in synchronization.

 

WifiWall IN-Office monitors ALL WiFi traffic inside the office’s WiFi network, detecting any attempt to crack the WiFi encryption, hijack any station's traffic, de-auth attack, constitute a man in the middle attacks & etc.

 

WifiWall Office-OUT monitors all traffic external to your office WiFi network, detecting attempts to establish rogue Access Points that are trying to divert your office users’ traffic with captive sites, Evil Twins and malicious Access Points that spoof the Office’s WiFi networks, etc. 

 

WifiWall Office-OUT also creates up to 20 deceiving WiFi networks, with name similarity (SSID) to the Office WiFi. The deceiving networks lures and confuses the Attacker trying to infiltrate your network, significantly increasing his probability to fail and be caught before even reaching your network. When the Attacker tries to connect to a deceptive WiFi network, WifiWall proactively notifies designated personnel to handle the problem before any damage can be done. 

 

WifiWall IN-Office and Office-Out

1  Speaker

2 Upper button

  • Short press- toggle different screens

  • Long press- N/A

3 Lower button

  • Short press- sound on/off

  • Long press- Connect Wifiwall In OFFICE to the WiFi network (requires Additional WifiWall free app “WifiWall connect”)

4 Micro USB

5 Restart button

6 On/off button

FIRST TIME PAIRING PROCEDURE‭:‬

To set up your WifiWall office you will need to download and install WifiWall free app “WifiWall Connect”


1   Turn on one of the WifiWall devices (does not matter which unit is first).
2   A WiFi connection screen will appear and wait for you to connect WifiWall to a WiFi network via your app:

 

1   Waiting for the App to start

2  Progress bar - an indication that the App and WifiWall are communicating

(If needed, you may abort by pressing the upper or lower button)

3  Open “WifiWall Connect” app (Wifiwall’s free app available for iOS and android) on your phone. Now connect your phone to the WiFi network you wish to protect. 

4  The app will detect your currently connected SSID. Just enter the password and hit "Connect". WifiWall will receive over the air the SSID and its password, will store it in its memory (So it automatically logs in to the last network entered) and restart.

 

 

WifiWall will connect to this WiFi network after performing a restart. A green dash will appear ("Connection bar") on the upper left corner of the splash screen signaling a successful connection ( When not connected, a red dash will display).

5  Synchronization is done.

This procedure must be performed separately for both OFFICE devices: WifiWall in OFFICE and WifiWall OFFICE out.

USING WIFIWALL OFFICE

 
  • Setup screen

    • Security policy screen

  • Status screen

  • Last alert screen

Using WifiWall In-Office

WifiWall IN-Office monitors ALL WiFi traffic inside the office’s WiFi network, detecting any WiFi based attack such as attempts to crack the WiFi encryption, hijack stations traffic, de-auth and man in the middle attacks, etc.

 

WifiWall In-OFFICE Different screens

  • Main screen

  • Approved stations screen

  • Unapproved station screen

WifiWall In Office - Main screen

 

1  Name of protected WiFi network

 

2  Security protocol level of WiFi network

No shields - Unsecured

1 blue shield - WEP/WPA/

2 blue shields- WPA2

3-5 blue shields - Reserved for future WPA3

3  Number of WiFi stations (phones/laptops/ipads/….) connected to your protected network and approved by you. 

 

4  Number of WiFi stations (phones/laptops/ipads/….) connected to your protected network and not approved by you. Possible attackers or pending users waiting for you authorization. 

 

5  Battery Level

 

WiFi channel of your protected WiFi Network. 

 

 WiFi network signal strength at WifiWall In Office location
 

8  Number of WiFi stations (phones/laptops/ipads/….) connected to your protected network and approved by you. 

WifiWall In Office -
approved stations screen

This screen displays all the approved stations by you (displayed by their MAC addresses).

 

To remove a device from the white list

Press the lower button when the station you would like to remove from the white list appears. A menu will appear where you can choose to remove it or go back.

WifiWall In Office - rogue
stations screen

This screen displays all the stations which are not approved (displayed by their MAC addresses). They are possible attackers or stations pending your approval.

 

Add a station to the white list

To approve a station, press the lower button when it appears on the list. A menu will appear to add the station to the white list or to go back to the original menu.

WifiWall In Office - setup screen

 

Back - Continue to next screen

Security policy - Continue to security policy screen for security settings.

WiFi settings - Connect the device to a desired WiFi network (also accessible by holding the lower button for 5 seconds).

Software update - Check for new updates and preform update if needed (Note: WifiWall must be connected to a WiFi network to update).

WifiWall In Office - Security policy screen

Accept MAC list - White list all MAC address listed in the rogue station list.

Clear MAC list - Remove all MAC address from white list.

Accept last alert - Approve the last alert. It will not provide more of the same alert (e.g approve alert of unauthorized station “XYZ”- this station will not be approved but will no longer provide alerts). 

Clear accepted alert - Clear the accepted alerts.

Set notification - Notification recipient details (will be available in future update)

WifiWall In Office - Status screen

1  WifiWall Version number

2  WifiWall’s MAC address

3  WifiWall’s IP address

4  Last event occurred

5  Battery level

6  Connected WiFi SSID

 

WifiWall In Office - Last alert screen

1  Type of alert

2  BSSID

3  Source MAC address- Station sending the attack/message

4  Destination MAC address- Station reciveing the attack/message

5  Back - continue to main menu

6  Accept the alert. It will no longer provide the notification for this alert. 

  • Setup screen

  • Security policy screen

  • Status screen

  • Last alert screen

WifiWall Office-Out

WifiWall Office-OUT monitors all traffic external to the office WiFi network, detecting attempts to establish rogue Access Points that trying to divert the station’s traffic, with or without captive sites, Evil Twins and malicious Access Points that spoof the Office’s WiFi networks, etc. WifiWall Office-OUT also creates up to 20 deceiving WiFi networks, with name (SSID) similarity to the Office WiFi. The deceiving networks lures and confuses the Attacker trying to infiltrate your network, significantly increasing his probability to fail and be caught before even reaching your network.

 

 

 

WifiWall Office-Out Different screens

  • Main screen

  • Networks screen screen

  • Deception networks screen

  • Rogue AP screen

WifiWall Office Out- Main screen

1  SSID of deceptive network (displays all deceptive networks continuously) 

2  MAC address of the current displayed deceptive network

3  Number of deceptive networks currently published by WifiWall Office Out

4  Number of rogue access points currently detected 

5  WiFi reception at WifiWall Office Out location

 Number of WiFi network in the vicinity

7   WiFi channel scanning

8  Battery level

 Similarity icon- displayed when there are access point with high name similarity  

WifiWall Office-Out Networks screen

Networks screen displays all networks in the vicinity.

1 Name of WiFi network

 

2 The security level of the router (Unsecured/WEP/WPA/WPA2/WPA3)

 

3 The signal strength of WiFi network

 

4 WiFi channel number

WifiWall Office Out- Deception networks screen

1  Deceptive networks screen displays all the deception networks published by WifiWall Office Out

 

 Deception SSID

Deception network MAC address 

WifiWall Office Out- Rogue AP screen

Rogue AP screen displays the rogue access point in the vicinity.

WifiWall In Office - setup screen

 

Back - Continue to next screen

Security policy - Continue to security policy screen for security settings.

WiFi settings - Connect the device to a desired WiFi network (also accessible by holding the lower button for 5 seconds).

Software update - Check for new updates and preform update if needed (Note: must be connected to a WiFi network to update).

WifiWall Office Out- Security policy screen

SSID deception - turn deception networks on/off

Accept last alert - Approve the last alert. It will not provide more alerts for the same case (e.g Rogue AP found called “XYZ”- now this rogue AP will no longer provide alerts). 

Clear accepted alert - Clear the last accepted alert.

WifiWall Office Out - Status screen

1  WifiWall Version number

2  WifiWall’s MAC address

3  WifiWall’s IP address

4  Last event occurred

 Battery level

6  Connected SSID name

WifiWall Office Out - Last alert screen

1  WifiWall Version number

2  WifiWall’s MAC address

3  WifiWall’s IP address

4  Last event occurred

5  Battery level

 Connected SSID name

 

Alerts section

 

WifiWall protects against the following WiFi based attack families - Each attack family has various techniques to execute.

 

  • Rogue access point

  • Evil twin

  • Man in the middle 

  • Hijack

  • Channel switching

  • password cracking

  • Network screening

Rogue Access point & evil twin

For the very common attacks of rogue access point (RAP) and evil twin each with their various techniques, WifiWall will provide alerts even before user is attacked.

 

WifiWall will detect and alert about the malicious network’s presence in the user’s location even before user is connected to any network suggesting not to connect to this malicious one (will provide SSID and MAC address of the malicious). 

 

If user will still log in to the malicious network despite warning, WifiWall will disconnect him.