Re: WEP Password Cracker

From: Kurtis Peterson <kleedrac_at_no.spam.please>
Date: Wed Apr 05 2006 - 12:42:48 CST

Jim: Agreed I just find that the calibur of people who run
Airsnort/Kismet will be confused when presented with an open wireless
network they can't connect to. As for the "Internet from god" thing I
work phone tech support and can't count how many times a day I hear
that :)

On 4/5/06, Jim Meier <> wrote:
> Kurtis Peterson wrote:
> > Probably Airsnort or Kismet then ... WPA is more secure but I find the
> > best is to enable MAC address filtering :)
> >
> >
> MAC addresses are not hard to fake. WPA *is* more secure. Running a VPN
> is *much* more secure.
> Funny story: there are lots of wireless card users who don't realize
> they need to have an internet connection - they think that buying the
> card means they "have the internet", and get confused when their
> neighbors move away and they can't get online anymore.
> -J
> --
> "Well, there's SPAM, egg, sausage, and SPAM. That's not got MUCH SPAM in it."
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