The network is advertised with a fingerprint that is not in the list of configured expected fingerprints. This could indicate that a possible attacker is spoofing your network.
Fingerprinting is used to identify hardware/firmware combinations of your access points. If a attack platform is used to spoof your networks, the fingerprint will most likely differ.
- A legitimate change of the access point configuration took place and the nzyme configuration has not been updated.
- The expected fingerprints for the network are configured in your
nzyme.conffile. Configuration Reference