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This is true but not relevant to the discussion because the attack in question depends sniffing clear-text wireless traffic at the local access point.

Tunneling over SSH protects your traffic for that portion of the network (and out past your ISP as far as the remote end of the SSH tunnel).

An attacker would need different tools and resources to intercept your traffic between remote hosts.

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