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Hacker Shows How Cloud Could Wash Out Wireless Security

January 13, 2011 No Comments

A hacker claims he’s used Amazon’s cloud services to bust open SHA-1, a wireless network security standard, and he says he’ll be demonstrating his process at an upcoming Black Hat get-together. Malicious hackers could quickly set up brute-force attack systems using the cloud, but critics say real-world password cracks might not come so easily.

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