WPA Security Cracked

It was bound to happen.  And it was good while it lasted.  The British Computer Society was reported by Internet News that BSC researchers have cracked WPA securities.  And it was one in less than a quarter of an hour.

However, there is some good news.  What was cracked was the TKIP (I have no idea what it means) part of WPA and WPA2 while the AES (nice, which I happen to use) has not been cracked (but in time I'm sure).

So, make sure you go home and find out which of the two you use.

Link:  Internet News

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