from the good-thing-that-the-neighbors-don't-have-it dept.
obobo writes "The New York Times (free reg yadda yadda) has a story about new flaws in the 802.11 standard, based on this paper. The upshot is that even with 128 bit encryption and MAC address control lists, it's still easy to hack."
Enzymes are things invented by biologists that explain things which
otherwise require harder thinking.
-- Jerome Lettvin