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Strange Apple 802.1x Client Names
Not quite sure what to make of this yet. If anyone is running an 802.1x secure wireless network, can you search your wireless management systems for wireless clients called either of these:
we have a handful of these that are authenticating as valid user names in our Cisco wireless/ACS environment. We only auth against AD, and we typically see a mix of “real” usernames in log that will somehow correlate to these, but at the same time it’s weird that these funky names are showing as valid usernames both in the WLAN system and in ACS.
Web searching shows that these are some kerfuffle to do with obsolete keychain certs in the Apple OS.
Wild and weird- anyone been here before?