wireless.itworld.com – By now, everyone and their brother knows about the explosive growth of wireless networking technologies and the shortcoming of the WEP protocol. But the Wi-Fi Alliance is placing a great deal of faith in WEP's evolutionary brother WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access). Much attention and praise was heaped upon WPA this week at the Wireless Security Forum in Santa Clara. The big question though, is how will the new kid on the block hold up over time?
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