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From: Robert (infosecdie-optimisten.net)
Date: Sun Aug 29 2010 - 09:38:14 CDT
On Sun, 29 Aug 2010 14:07:15 +0100
Kevin Chadwick <ma1l1istsyahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> One of the mags on bsdmag.org has an interview with Damien Bergamini
> (shown on it's contents page) who did the/some of the wpa for OpenBSD.
> I believe he describes why WPA enterprise is problematic and not so
> desirable or worth the effort and outlines some alternatives. I'm not
> sure if your setup would be able to take advantage of those
> alternatives, or how current it is, but it might be worth a read.
> The particular one isn't on this machine but I noticed Junes has an
> article on using ipsec for protecting wireless. The interview isn't in
> march-July 2010 issues.
I've read this interview.
The problem is that you don't always have influence over the
environment. Often you have to work on sites with a given
infrastructure (e.g. when you are a consultant), and they won't change
their whole IT just for you ;)
E.g. WPA enterprise, access to Windows shares, Flash "interfaces" on
their web site etc.; the list is long and depressing...