Microsoft takes small step toward WPA2 security support

Microsoft has finally delivered Wi-Fi Protected Access 2 support, but the offering is not fully compliant with the latest Wi-Fi...

Microsoft has finally delivered Wi-Fi Protected Access 2 support, but the offering is not fully compliant with the latest Wi-Fi Alliance specification.

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• The specific mode assigned each wireless client affects security. Ad Hoc mode is the least secure option with no AP authentication. Each computer on the network can send information to an Ad Hoc neighbor computer. Select infrastructure mode where available.

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