Wireless Linux: Putting Wireless to Work
O'Reilly brings us:
Wireless Linux: Putting Wireless to Work.
"Wireless networks are even more in the news than when Part I of this series was written -- for both good and bad reasons. The good is that there are even more choices in wireless networking and the 72Mbps turbo-version of standard 802.11a is finally available from a number of vendors; the bad is that several new security vulnerabilities have been discovered in the WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) standard built into all 802.11x wireless cards."
(Submitted by Noel Wed Apr 17, 2002 )
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