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Old March 19, 2007, 02:59 PM
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thats a good article a couple of things i should point out.

1. it's tkip not tkis.
2. aes and tkip and encryption algorithims not wifi encryption standards. standards are those such as wPA, WPA-PSK, WPA2, RADIUS.

if you want i could explain tkip and aes if you like but it's very boring. basically i would use AES if your hardware supports it if not use tkip. and use wpa2-psk if not update your hardware.

These are just some additions i thought i would point out.
and now for something completely different

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