On Jan 23, 2008 1:10 PM, Paul Mele <email@example.com> wrote:
> Are we talking the 64-bit WEP that left 14 bits at 0, with no shared key, or
> the 128-bit with shared key?
Either. It's fundamentally borked; you'd have to try really, really
hard to make a worse security system. There's no reason to use WEP,
unless you have a handful of embedded legacy devices that can't use
WPA, in which case, you need to be aware that you're broadcasting in
the clear. That might, or might not, be a problem. If there is data
that needs to be secured, though, use wires or WPA.
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