An eye on Wi-Fi security

Thursday, 18 May 2006, 1:27 AM EST

You can read and read about Wi-Fi security, but nothing gets the point across as efficiently as actually seeing what eavesdroppers can see on an "unsecured wireless network." You may think your network is secured after just changing the default SSID or disabling SSID broadcasting, especially after reading New York's Westchester County's recent press release discussing a new Wi-Fi law for the city of White Plains.

At E-security Planet.

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