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+ - WPA/WPA2 Cracking with CPUs, GPUs, and the Cloud->

Submitted by wintertargeter
wintertargeter (2012914) writes "Yeah, it's another article on security, but this time we finally get a complete picture. Tom's Hardware looks at WPA/WPA2 brute-force cracking with CPUs, GPUs, and Amazon's Nvidia Tesla-based EC2 cloud servers.

Verdict? WPA/WPA2 is pretty damn secure. Now to wait for a side-channel attack. Sigh...."

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WPA/WPA2 Cracking with CPUs, GPUs, and the Cloud

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