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Source: News Factor
Call them traditionalists, but breaching wireless networks apparently does not hold the same allure for hackers as wreaking havoc on closed systems via the wired Internet -- at least not so far.
Source: OS Opinion
Several of the large wireless carriers say they soon will roll out emergency location technology. Sprint recently announced plans to deploy E911 technology that will enable callers to be precisely traced through global positioning system coordinates.
reaper: A Must read WIFI
An important publicity vehicle has been launched, on which incredible hype can be mounted, in the battle to persuade reluctant businesses to buy security hardware, software and solution services. Do we care?
Stubbornly refusing to get worried about wireless security, the world is to get a kick up the bum from this week, from an organisation called "The Worldwide Wardrive" - trying to encourage us to take it seriously.
Worldwide WarDrive II starts this Saturday and runs until the 2nd of November. Even if you just found out about it check out the site to see if there is an organized event in your area, if not send them a e-mail you can go solo-driving for wireless access points. The goal is to drive the globe and map all the APs.
Source: PC WORLD
Tech investment fund will drop $150 million into companies developing products for wireless standard.
Joris Evers, IDG News Service
Friday, October 25, 2002
Intel will invest $150 million in companies developing 802.11b and other wireless networking products, the chip maker has announced.