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An anonymous reader writes "I tried to register as soon as it was open. I got 503 errors followed by DNS errors. by the time I finally got a registration page, it was sold out." Link to Original Source
Where do you live and where do I sign up? We pay some 30 euro's here for 20Mbit downstream, but we're lucky to get 1.5 up:(. Fiber run at 70 euro for around 60Mbit downstream, but still only 6Mbit up. Symmetric ADSL is erm, well, very expensive here:P.
timothy from the nicholas-cage-has-an-alibi dept.
carusoj writes "Computer scientists in Japan say they've developed a way to break the WPA encryption system used in wireless routers in about one minute. Last November, security researchers first showed how WPA could be broken, but the Japanese researchers have taken the attack to a new level. The earlier attack worked on a smaller range of WPA devices and took between 12 and 15 minutes to work. Both attacks work only on WPA systems that use the Temporal Key Integrity Protocol (TKIP) algorithm. They do not work on newer WPA 2 devices or on WPA systems that use the stronger Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) algorithm."