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Friday, 23 March 2012

Wifi Hacking with a Mobile Phone

 Most WiFi network encryption protocols, particularly the WEP (Wired Equivalent Policy) standard, are notoriously easy to crack. That's because WEP is inherently flawed by design; so much so that even with the improvements that WPA has brought about, wireless security in general remains nebulous at best. WEP runs under the format wherein it employs an ICV (integrity check value) to guarantee. 


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