I meant the site you are accessing when I said resource.
On Thu, Jul 26, 2012 at 11:34 AM, Josh A <[address removed]>
Does your workplace supply a VPN? If not, I would suggest having them implement one! Personally, I have a VPS with Openvpn installed so I can have more confidence using public wifi. When using public wifi, it doesn't really matter which encryption method is used if everybody can get on it anyways.
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On Jul 26, 2012, at 11:23 AM, "mowgli" <[address removed]> wrote:
good point. by resource do you mean the site or the wifi hotspot? or both?
i cant avoid using wifi hotspots for these med security logins (due to work).
i am just trying to determine if i should bother changing my pw prior or not. i know packets can be sniffed while i access sites but its far worse if someone gains my access for weeks or months vs the few days while i travel. i'd like feedback for wpa, wep, & 0 encryption, since those are the 3 i'll come across. (yes, i know wpa > wep > 0.)
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