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Hi,

I have read into the new WPA vulnerability and it seems to be mostly surrounding using TKIP.  Am I correct in the understanding that all that has to be done is switch over to AES, and change all my windows XP clients to also use AES ?

Am I missing anything else ?

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No, the found vulnerability builds on a previously detected vulnerabilty in TKIP. Moving to AES will do the trick.
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Excellent.

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