Comment 59297

By Undustrial (registered) - website | Posted February 05, 2011 at 10:13:37

As a general rule, there really isn't anything you'll find on an average computer - windows, wifi, standard website logins etc which aren't horribly insecure. There are much better ways to do it, but ultimately, you'll never be secure.

The best policy is to follow hacking and hackers at least closely enough to know what's really not secure. Cracking WPA with the amazon cloud - that's new (and has frightening possibilities for most encryption). However WEP is breakable by most housepets. It sends the password as a part of packets (data chunks), in pieces. Sit long enough listening, and you've got it.

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