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WPA

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Wi-Fi Alliance urges use of WPA2 encryption (podcast)

Trade group is urging consumers to set their routers and devices to use the latest and most secure encryption technologies.

By February 2, 2011

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AirPort Extreme Update 2007-003 released: Improves WPA, WPA2 connectivity

AirPort Extreme Update 2007-003 released: Improves WPA, WPA2 connectivity

By May 1, 2007

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WPA wireless encryption cracked

At upcoming conference, researchers will detail how key encryption feature used in securing wireless systems can be cracked.

By November 6, 2008

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iPhone Wi-Fi troubles with WEP: Try switching to WPA

iPhone Wi-Fi troubles with WEP: Try switching to WPA

By July 13, 2007

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AirPort Extreme Base Station 802.11n (2nd gen.) [#3]: WEP/WPA password discrepancy; Problems with HP printers (wired and wireles

AirPort Extreme Base Station 802.11n (2nd gen.) [#3]: WEP/WPA password discrepancy; Problems with HP printers (wired and wireles

By March 13, 2007

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AirPort Extreme Base Station 802.11n (2nd gen.): Slower speeds with WPA2 encryption enabled

AirPort Extreme Base Station 802.11n (2nd gen.): Slower speeds with WPA2 encryption enabled

By February 13, 2007

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Apple releases AirPort updates, providing WPA support

Apple releases AirPort updates, providing WPA support

By January 28, 2004

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Buzz Out Loud Podcast 1123: Honey, what's this charge for penetration testing?

A new service uses the power of 400 virtualized computers in the cloud to test the security of your WPA WiFi password. They only charge $34. But Donald is afraid of how this penetration testing might show up on his credit card bill. But forget WiFi. WiGi

By December 10, 2009

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Ep. 1123: Honey, what's this charge for penetration testing?

A new service uses the power of 400 virtualized computers in the cloud to test the security of your WPA WiFi password. They only charge $34. But Donald is afraid of how this penetration testing might show up on his credit card bill. But forget WiFi. WiGig is coming promising 7Gbps transfer speeds. Take that Ethernet cable!

By December 10, 2009

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MacFixIt Answers

MacFixIt Answers is a feature in which we answer questions e-mailed from our readers. This week we have questions on extending wireless networks with AirPort Express devices, new Macs not booting to a retail upgrade DVD for Snow Leopard, QuickTime not able to play some media files, and changing from the less secure WEP wireless security scheme to WPA or WPA2.

By August 19, 2010