as reported on Good Morning Silicon Valley:

Researchers from UC Berkeley and private security firm Zero-Knowledge
Systems have uncovered a means of disrupting the Wired Equivalent Privacy
(WEP) algorithm, an important part of the 802.11 corporate standard for
wireless computer networks. While data transmitted over these networks is
encrypted, the researchers determined that it was easy to modify 802.11
equipment to pillage that data.

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