Wireless Security
Re: The great WiFi robbery: police to patrol down your street Jul 21 2009 07:59PM
admin cyber-threats com (3 replies)
Re: The great WiFi robbery: police to patrol down your street Jul 21 2009 09:47PM
Cedric Blancher (blancher cartel-securite fr)
Re: The great WiFi robbery: police to patrol down your street Jul 21 2009 09:27PM
Philip Holbrook (fhlipzero gmail com) (1 replies)
RE: The great WiFi robbery: police to patrol down your street Jul 21 2009 10:13PM
alessandro telami (admin cyber-threats com)
RE: The great WiFi robbery: police to patrol down your street Jul 21 2009 09:16PM
George Wasgatt (gwasgatt gmail com) (1 replies)
If the police are depending on a law making it illegal to use some else's
Wi-Fi aren't they too guilty of breaking the same law by connecting to the
unsecured networks?

-----Original Message-----
From: listbounce (at) securityfocus (dot) com [email concealed] [mailto:listbounce (at) securityfocus (dot) com [email concealed]] On
Behalf Of admin (at) cyber-threats (dot) com [email concealed]
Sent: Tuesday, July 21, 2009 4:00 PM
To: wifisec (at) securityfocus (dot) com [email concealed]
Subject: Re: The great WiFi robbery: police to patrol down your street

That's quite interesting.

But shouldn't the ISPs take responsibility, and provide their customers with
a more secure setup like WPA or better, WPA2?

It is ridiculous that after so many years that WEP has been found to be
flawed, implementors still use it.....

Some ISPs in the UK still ship their routers to their clients with WEP
enabled security. I think that's unacceptable, and they should share
responsibility if/when their users are exploited.

My 2 cents.

[ reply ]
Re: The great WiFi robbery: police to patrol down your street Jul 22 2009 01:14AM
Joshua Shaffer (jbs3600 gmail com)


 

Privacy Statement
Copyright 2010, SecurityFocus