Is WPA breakable?cafucu (918264) writes "SC Magazine has a story claiming that with the power of parallel computing they can break in to WPA/WPA2-protected Wi-Fi networks:
"Brute force decryption of the WPA and WPA2 systems using parallel processing has been on the theoretical possibilities horizon for some time — and presumably employed by relevant government agencies in extreme situations — but the use of the latest NVidia cards to speedup decryption on a standard PC is extremely worrying."
The article does not report whether the setup uses WPA-PSK, certificates, or RADIUS authentication. It also doesn't say how long it takes to crack the network. Overall, this sounds like FUD, but may be worth discussion."