Quote: Originally Posted by zigzag3143
Aaron Nice post. You think they will ever make wifi encryption bulletproof?
I try to take a 'reasonable' approach to 'security'. Take my house for example, (please DON'T take my house!). If I wanted a completely secure, break-in proof house, there would be no openings large enough for anyone to enter, no doors or windows, all solid. But then even I could not get in or out, so what would be the point? Yes, I lock my doors at night before going to bed, but any strong person could kick the door frame right off the wall. After all, there is only a little striker plate and two screws securing the door to the wall. The glass windows break easily. So why lock doors and windows? If you make it hard enough (although not impossible) for someone to break-in, they will go somewhere else, where it is easier. And with computers, there is a huge supply of easy targets. So I try not to stress over security, but I do lock the doors.