Once again WiFi security is in the news, this time a new report in the UK shows that almost half of UK home WiFi networks could be compromised within 5 seconds. While that sounds a little dramatic it wouldn’t surprise me if a lot still have no WEP key at all. And even if they [...]
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Well Google has been getting quite a lot of flack lately over the fact that it had been scanning open Wi-fi access points whilst compiling data for street view. At first people just thought it’s fair enough, they are just scanning for the SSID and recording if it’s publicly accessible or not – which in [...]