Book review: wireless security essentials

Wednesday, 28 August 2002, 1:24 PM EST

Writing a book on wireless security is like writing a book on safe skydiving — if you want the safety and security, just don’t do it. Hard-wired (cabled) networks have been around for decades and they are still for the most part insecure. Wireless networking (focusing on 802.11), which has been around for only a few years, is clearly an insecure technology. With that, there is currently not a lot to write about when it comes to effective wireless security.

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