Rabbits are bad for Wireless Security November 2, 2007Posted by gordonwatts in computers, life.
A long time ago I got a wireless nabaztag rabbit. This is a wireless device, connects to a central server or to your own server. I brought it with me to Marseille. Now that I have internet, I’m slowly getting my “house” wired up. However, I only discovered today that the Rabbit can’t do anything but the very weak WEP wireless security! So, do I down grade the security of my whole apartment or not use the rabbit??
Actually, the Orange wifi I’ve got has a kind-a cool feature: even if you have the password, new devices can only connect to the wifi when you push a button on the wifi router. After that they can connect anytime they like.
So, I’ll probably downgrade. Darn rabbits! Cause all sorts of trouble!