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Cipher attack delivers heavy blow to WLAN security

Cipher attack delivers heavy blow to WLAN security
8/3/2001 07:51 PM EDT
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normandaris   6/20/2014 4:04:45 PM
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Our WLan is secured with WEP2 protocol because it is much harder to break due to the 128-bit key it uses, even with this protocol we had a security breach after one of our workers gave the key to one of his friends. Now we are working on a system that would allow the information to be instantly available anywhere across the enterprise, the company we are working with also have great BPM systems that are worth trying.

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