Warning: Your Wi-Fi Is Vulnerable to Attack

As Intel announces chinks in its wireless radio software, researchers show how hackers can take control of even encrypted Wi-Fi laptops

We've always known that wireless networking had lots of security problems. But we didn't realize how bad they could be until this week, when Intel released information about security vulnerabilities in the software that runs its Centrino wireless systems, and when security researchers independently demonstrated how they could exploit similar flaws to take over a wireless laptop with startling ease.

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