Linksys simplifies WLAN security setup

Tuesday, 26 July 2005, 11:19 AM EST

Linksys and Broadcom developed for secure wireless LANs finally hit the market on Monday, as Linksys also announced a travel router that includes the technology.

The SecureEasySetup technology is designed to make it easier for consumers to set up wireless LANs with WPA, a security system approved by the Wi-Fi Alliance industry group. SES consists of firmware for routers and access points, as well as a software utility for client devices such as PC Card adapters.

By Stephen Lawson at InfoWorld.

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