Once I noticed this I instantly went, "wow", and mentioned it to my buddy (the guy who works there). He goes, "Yeah, I Know Bro, Can You Believe They Use WEP For Our Routers Encryption Too?". Was in a sort of 'wow' moment there for a second and I thought, "This is the home of the Geek Squad", you'd certainly think they have a networking guy on board somewhere that's concerned with this?
Maybe I'm just rambling on about nothing here, but I definitely see how attackers pull off these mass credit card stings from examples like how TJ Max got hacked awhile back :
http://news.cnet.com/T.J.-Maxx-hack-exposes-consumer-data/2100-1029_3-6151017.html and even more recent ones. I instantly thought to myself, that there could be a guy in a van in the parking lot right now with an ALFA card sniffing traffic and they wouldn't know. I guess I was just surprised to see companies relying on WEP as a security scheme when it can be broke in a matter of minutes. I wouldn't be surprised to hear about this Best Buy getting owned within a few months if they keep this up. It's unpredictable to really say how long they've been using WEP for their encryption and what other computers don't have proper protection.
Just my rant though, any thoughts on the subject?