Interesting Article, gives me some thoughts, I wonder what would have to happen to actually have that get implemented here in the US; You think they'd ever have to get to that point? If it starts to get to the point where police start mandating secured access points you we would most likely see a rise of crime considering that more people would turn toward the dark side and learn how to break these encryption's to pull off the illegal shit they're wanting to do on them. Here in the United States, you could just take your car, drive about a mile with your ALFA 500mW USB and pick up on about 10+ unsecured access points (At least in my town). Do you guys think this'll up the crime rate in India as far as "Hacking" into alternate users access points go? I mean were talking about a user who wants to do something malicious could just pull up in front of a house and do it there, now it's going to require a little bit more skill if access points are secured. I think it'll stop some of it but seriously with automated tools out there these can be broken within 20-30 minutes (WEP within 5-10).
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