Palo Alto Networks


State of the Art in WPA/WPA2 Passphrase Cracking – Part 1

In my previous article in this series on mobile security, we discussed that the primary technique for getting access to a network secured by a WPA/WPA2 pre-shared key (the most common type, frequently used at home and for corporate guest networks) relies upon methodically guessing the passphrase. (By the way, there is another type of attack that goes after the PIN for Wireless Protected Setup, which we’ll discuss in the future)....

Sep 23, 2013

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