scott-lxSQFCZeNF4 at public.gmane.org
Mon Dec 29 22:13:57 UTC 2008
No office is trully safe when there is Van Eck phreaking .
What it comes down to is what you consider a reasonable risk Vs. gain.
If this is a home office or small business office, then the risk could
be "acceptable" to those it matters too. If this was a bank, then dear
god I know their smarter then to use anything wireless, they have enough
troubles with physical keyloggers popping up everywhere.
James Knott wrote:
> Zbigniew Koziol wrote:
>> In most cases it does not matter but... in general, the idea of
>> wireless office is sick. Because of security. Everyone around can
>> monitor all office activity and steal data.
> That's why you use something called "encryption". WPA2 encryption has
> not been broken and is very secure. Do not use WEP and use plain WPA,
> if you can't do WPA2. Many WiFi routers can be configured to work with
> both WPA & WPA2, depending on what the computer is capable of. Linux,
> Vista, XP SP3 can do WPA2. XP SP2 can only do WPA.
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