Why isnít WPA2 an automatic update?

Wednesday, 28 February 2007, 3:09 AM EST

If youíre using Wi-Fi in your workplace, chances are, youíre using WPA2 security. After all, nothing else is worth using. WEP (extended or otherwise) was cracked virtually before it was even released, despite the obvious misnomer, you do not want to be using this! WPA came a while later, and is several hundred times more secure. Unfortunately, WPA is also susceptible to wireless cracking techniques and if you arenít using a strong password, itís even less secure than a WEP-encrypted network.

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