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Sniffing the Wireless Traffic of MIT Students 218

Posted by CmdrTaco
from the guess-who's-back dept.
An anonymous reader writes "Someone got permission to sniff the wireless traffic during an MIT class. The professor: none other than Robert Morris, creator of the first Internet worm! The lecture: computer security! I love it."
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Sniffing the Wireless Traffic of MIT Students

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