Wi-fi security system is 'broken'

Friday, 19 October 2007, 6:08 PM EST

More holes have been picked in the security measure designed to protect the privacy and data of wi-fi users.

The latest attack lets criminals defeat firewalls and spy on where someone goes and what they do online. It comes after a series of other attacks that, experts say, have left the basic protection in wi-fi comprehensively "broken".

At the BBC.

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