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Making the Most from WEP
While WEP encryption is not really good enough for mission critical data, it's still better than nothing for most WLANs. Here's why WEP does what it does, and the elbow grease you can apply to make it more secure.
Wired Equivalent Privacy Vulnerability
A group of researchers from the University of California at Berkeley and Zero-Knowledge Systems have exposed grave flaws with WEP's intended security goals.
Wireless Privacy: An Oxymoron?
ISPs deploying 802.11b for public broadband or fixed wireless Internet access should consider the risks associated with this emerging technology before network security is compromised.