Of supplicants and keys: the lowdown on WiFi security

Wednesday, 17 October 2007, 6:16 AM EST

Wireless security protocols have improved considerably, despite the lackadaisical attitude of most users towards their computer security. This is shocking I know, but remember these are the same people who never lock their doors, leave their keys in the car, and dump their kids on random strangers to babysit. But for those of us who care about security, the wireless world finally has some meaningful tools.

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