learn new things, we entertained ourselves (catching the wardriver was
hilarious) (Note to the Denver financial district: you really should
keep an eye on who's sitting at the curb).
Short version of the
course? Don't put anything on wireless that you're not willing to lose
or publicly disclose. This applies if you're using WEP, WPA or even
WPA2. Some protections are inherently faulty, others are secure only
until someone fat-fingers a config file.