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Hide SSID on private networks


The private networks must disable the disclosure of the SSID (Service Set Identifier).


When SSID broadcasting is enabled, the network name visible to anyone within range of the Wi-Fi signal. Disabling SSID broadcast reduces the visibility of the network, making it less likely that unauthorized users or malicious actors will detect and attempt to connect to it.

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