My spin: So WEP wasn’t good. Now we hear that WPA might not be good enough. I think the best bet, is a good VPN for your Wireless network!
News Clip: With wireless access points proliferating into hotels, airports and convention centers, there is a real need for security improvements that will make the corporate world more confident in Wi-Fi technology, says Yankee Group analyst Roberta Wiggins. At least part of their hesitancy is due to the low expectations engendered by the notoriously flawed WEP security standard. Reacting to a barrage of criticism, the Wi-Fi Alliance now is promoting the use of WPA, supposedly a beefier interim standard. But does WPA have what it takes to foil the network-busting activities of hackers?(More information)
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