“We need more compact tools – those key-exchanging wireless protocols are killing us, and we must have those damn Facebook passwords!”
I don’t know what other argument people are going to have over wireless security on college campuses.
While the WPA and WPA2 approach improves on the preceding older wireless encryption protocol, or WEP, “as with nearly every other ‘secure’ network communications method, it is not foolproof and can be attacked,” said Shane Coursen, senior technical consultant at Kaspersky Labs. “However, we aren’t seeing those kinds of attacks yet.”
Maybe because you can’t fit a Beowulf cluster in a backpack yet?