WiFi security concerns easing

Thursday, 4 November 2004, 8:40 AM EST

For corporate deployment of WiFi networks, security has been the biggest hurdle to overcome and one of WiFi's biggest cons. Today, all that has changed.

It wasn't too long ago that security for wireless LANs was in shambles. The first rendition of WLAN security, WiFi protected Access (WPA), was easily cracked and, therefore, useless to corporate users -- as many found out to their chagrin.

By Allen Bernard at Datamation.

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