Recently, a group of respected security researchers at the University of California-Berkeley discovered the vulnerabilities of the Wired Equivalent Privacy
In a mixed environment, access points will typically use a lowest-common-denominator cipher as the group cipher, such as wired equivalent privacy
or temporal key integrity protocol, to allow both 802.
11i will offer a new version of the Wired Equivalent Privacy
(WEP) security protocol that uses a 128-bit key instead of the 40-bit key currently in use.
In addition, it supports an array of security features such as 64/128-bit Wired Equivalent Privacy
(WEP), Cisco Compatible Extensions (CCX), Wi-Fi(TM) Protected Access (WPA), Temporal Key Integrity Protocol (TKIP), and the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES-CCMP).
The SWL-2000 provides encryption security at up to 128 bits using Wired Equivalent Privacy
Some solutions include access point security, wired equivalent privacy
(WEP), network IDs, media access control (MAC) address identification, vendor specific authentication, and virtual private networks.
In fact, nearly sixty percent (60 %) of APs were using Wired Equivalent Privacy
(WEP), the weakest protocol for wireless data encryption, which can be compromised in minutes but is in wide use today.
The wireless connection is secured with Wired Equivalent Privacy
(WEP) 64/128-bit encryption.
11 standard included a set of security features known as wired equivalent privacy
(WEP) that had serious shortcomings right from the start.
Implementing Media Access Control (MAC) Authentication along with Wired Equivalent Privacy
(WEP) gives the D-LinkAir DWL-900AP a more secure method for connecting several locations wirelessly, alleviating the fear of intrusion.
In April, AirDefense unveiled its WEP Cloaking[TM] module, the first and only technology for global retailers and other companies using the Wired Equivalent Privacy
(WEP) security standard to protect wireless networks.
Enable 128-bit or greater wired equivalent privacy
(WEP) encryption, where possible.