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From: aditya.deshmukh at (Aditya, ALD [Aditya Lalit Deshmukh])
Subject: Cisco LEAP exploit tool...

> Well, that really depends, doesn't it.  We're doing IPSEC using AES for 
> wireless on a test network.  It's a good deal more secure than our wired 
> network, which is still plain text.

this sure is plain text but when combined with switches ( yes i know they can be degraded to act like hubs ) it is not broadcasting any info. so unless the intruder manages to get a physical wire in the net it is *very* secure

IPSEC with aes could just be implemented over the wired net also if there is such a requirment


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