This SSID name can disable an iPhone's Wi-Fi

Koguma

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Its not an edge case when the WIFI specification says what is valid and you should handle them properly, other OS provider's have designed for this and have successfully implemented these special cases. Apple did no follow the published specification, its a bug not an edge case
You're arguing edge cases with people who haven't even read the full article or understood it.

I agree it's not an edge case. If it's in the spec, it can't be an edge case. Some people don't understand the meaning of edge cases, probably for the same reason they didn't brain the article. šŸ¤£
 

m4a4

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You're arguing edge cases with people who haven't even read the full article or understood it.

I agree it's not an edge case. If it's in the spec, it can't be an edge case. Some people don't understand the meaning of edge cases, probably for the same reason they didn't brain the article. šŸ¤£
You were so close. Skimming through the article I missed the "in range" part, but then you did what you accuse me of (not reading, as I included the definition and explanation of "edge case").
LOL created a new account to gloat, but just ended up being hypocritical šŸ˜‚