November 24, 2006, Newsletter Issue #40: Wireless Security Encryption: WPA

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WPA, Wi-Fi protected access, is an upgraded version of WEP. This newer protocol is more secure then WEP and, if you use a good password, is much tougher to crack. WPA devices are backwards compatible with WEP, however, in order to use WPA for wireless network security, all devices need to have WPA.

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