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Well, not so fast. Although you’ve taken the basic steps required you still need to be aware of some hacking methods that can be used to gain access to your network despite the safeguards you have in place. You also need to be very wary whenever you are using a wireless network that is not your own.
After a year, the researcher Erik Tews broke the WEP encryption standard and suggested a switch to WPA which is more secure Wi-Fi Netwok Protection. Recently, he and his partner Martin Back have found the way to partially crack the WPA encryption standard which is Temporary Key Integrity Protocal (TKIP) that used to protect data on many wireless networks. According to them, they able to done it in the duration of 12 to 15 minutes.