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Windows XP Still lacks full WPA2 compliance.
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 5/28/2005 12:03:00 AM.

Microsoft's latest Windows XP update lacks full compliance with the WPA2 specification, adding to the confusing state of the WLAN enterprise market. The confusion over Wi-Fi security certification and interoperability has moved into a new gear, with Microsoft shipping a Windows XP update that is not fully compliant with the latest wireless security specification.

Microsoft Corp.'s update, released earlier this month, promised support for WPA2, aka Wi-Fi Protected Access 2, the newest wireless security specification approved by the IEEE. However, security researchers quickly discovered that the update fell well short of full WPA2 compliance, a situation that adds to the confusing state of the WLAN (wireless LAN) market.

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