Now It's Even Easier To Break Wi-Fi Security
from the just-a-little-wake-up-call dept
For a while now people have been explaining just how it easy it is to break the security on 802.11b networks. Now, however, the associated software products to help just about anyone with a little knowledge break into those networks is starting to show up. Not surprisingly, the debate then begins to rage on: is it better to have these things released so people know just how insecure their networks are, or should people keep this stuff secret until the gaping holes (and are they ever gaping) are fixed?