As we saw yesterday, WEP encryption standards are next to shit when it comes to any form of protection. The next step up in the encryption food chain would be WPA and WPA2 encryption, which is far, FAR superior.
However, as millions of people were trying to figure out router settings, IP configurations, and running out of time to cook dinner for the night, they increasingly became frustrated (assuming sexually frustrated too as their connection to mass amounts of internet porn was being thwarted). Router companies started adding a feature called WPS (WiFi Protected Setup) which, with the press of a button (literally!), you could connect your device instantaneously to the wireless network and alleviate the "problem" of having ... Continue Reading