Tuesday, March 15, 2005
Hack most wireless LANs in minutes! - ZDNet.com: "Even after two years of WPA certification and nearly one year after 802.11i ratification, you might be wondering why Im still talking about WEP encryption. The fact is, I would love to stop talking about it if there werent such an overwhelming percentage of corporations, retail outlets, and hospitals still using WEP. Although WPA brought us TKIP (think of TKIP as WEP 2.0) encryption and 802.11i brought us AES encryption, the upgrade process has been extremely painful and many products still dont support TKIP let alone AES. The sad state of wireless LAN security is that the majority of corporations and hospitals still use dynamic per-user, per-session WEP keys while the majority of retail outlets that Ive seen still use a single, fixed WEP key."
Posted by Col at 11:25 pm
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