jd1008 at gmail.com
Wed May 18 03:36:50 UTC 2011
On 05/17/11 20:16, Kevin J. Cummings wrote:
> On 05/17/2011 09:53 PM, JD wrote:
>> Well, I hate to disappoint anyone, but until
>> I see a credible security researchers/professors
>> show in a scientific publication that they
>> were able to crack wpa2-psk/AES using PC's
>> and in reasonable time (say a few days), then
>> I would believe it. Youtube is no source of truth.
> Believe it, JD. Try Googling: How To Crack WPA2
> You'll be amazed at the number of matches that come up.
> And some of these cracks are 4-5 years old! I believe many of them are
> particular to AES, and that TKIP is still (somewhat) more secure
> (meaning that it can take *much* longer to crack), but I can still find
> some hits that claim to be able to crack TKIP as well.
> Google it. Look at where the hits are (you should look at more than
> just the first page of hits, too!)
> Then decide if you are right or not.
TKIP is the feeble one.
Two researchers in Japan busted TKIP in less than one minute
using an ordinary PC.
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