11.6.2003

Wi-Fi Networking News: Weakness in Passphrase Choice in WPA Interface: "Use of PSK as the key establishment method WPA and 802.11i provide for a Pre-Shared Key (PSK) as an alternative to 802.1X based key establishment. A PSK is a 256 bit number or a passphrase 8 to 63 bytes long. Each station MAY have its own PSK, tied to its MAC address. To date, vendors are only providing for one PSK for an ESS, just as they do for WEP keying."

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