WiFi and DECT

 

Daliy Telegraph, 14 October 2010

 

Nearly half of home wi-fi networks can be hacked in less than five seconds, according to a study carried out across UK cities.

Of the 40,000 networks identified in the six cities, just under 20,000 had no password or the most basic form of security encryption, the research for card protection and insurance company CPP found.

In the ''ethical hacking'' experiment, researchers spent half an hour in each city using freely available software to use as many unsecured wireless connections as possible.

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WiFi causes heart problems, headaches and other neurological disorders in children. Canadian Documentary exposes the truth.

17 October 2010


17 September 2010

Canadian news report reveals the dangers of using WiFi in schools. Simcoe County School Board ignores children's health complaints.