Bountiful firm warns of Wi-Fi's weak security

Tuesday, 20 June 2006, 9:00 AM EST

Michael Nuttall and Bryan Hadbik of Bountiful's Network Consulting Services have a warning about standard security protocols for wireless Internet setups.

They are not enough to protect your privacy and important personal information from even a casual hacker. During a recent demonstration at a high-tech job fair on the Provo campus of Phoenix University, the pair cautioned that long-accepted "WEP" style password encryption is flawed, leaving wireless communications open to digital peeping toms.

At RedOrbit.

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