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Microsoft Releases Windows XP Wi-Fi Security Patches

Microsoft Releases Windows XP Wi-Fi Security Patches news post from TweakTown's online news computing and technology content pages
| Hacking & Security News | Posted: Apr 1, 2003 11:59 pm

In the past, it's been proven that there are major security flaws in the popular wireless standard, 802.11b. Fortunately for us, as time and technology progresses people like to roll out these nifty little things called patches. Enter the Microsoft dragon, so to speak. Of course there are a few catches. The patch is for Windows XP only and is intended for the 802.11i standard. That leads into a second point: the patch is intended for the 802.11i standard, which hasn't been rolled out just yet. Go figure.


We here at TweakTown hate to spoil a good thing, so if you are interested in updating please don't hesitate to check out these nifty links:


Microsoft Knowledge Base Article - 815485
Windows XP Support Patch for WPA - Q815485_WXP_SP2_x86_ENU.exe
More information @ VNUNet | CommsDesign


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