An analysis of public Wi-Fi hotspots in 11 Russian cities that will be hosting World Cup football matches from 14 June onwards shows that more than a fifth (22%) have no encryption at all.
New configuration, authentication, and encryption enhancements will be incorporated into Wi-Fi Protected Access, according to an announcement by the Wi-Fi Alliance, the standards body for wireless devices.
The flaw in the WPA2 wireless protocol revealed recently has a critical impact on Android phones running version 6.0 of the mobile operating system and Linux devices, a security researcher says.
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