FBI can crack wireless encryption in 3 minutes
|If you're at all concerned about computer security, you need to understand what security methods are useful and which have known flaws that render them useless. With the growing popularity of WLAN (wireless local-area networking) I felt it was important to point out that the FBI can crack the WEP standard for wireless encryption in about 3 minutes. The more secure standard for wireless networking is WAP, but a safer solution is probably not to depend on the wireless networking encryption at all. Encrypt the data itself, not just the transport.|
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