Monday, September 21, 2009

Another Wireless Network Security Standard Falls

Reported a few week ago, hackers can now breach the security of wireless networks protected by WPA-TKIP, a common network security protocol which replaced the last standard to fall victim to hacking, WEP. Wireless networks are not safe from proven hacking techniques unless they are encrypted using WPA-AES, the newer version of WPA. If you are unsure of your wireless network security, contact us to take a look at your network. Without proper wireless security, your entire network is open to anyone within wireless range. More information on the recent breaking of WPA-TKIP is found here:

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