SMB's concerned about the security of their Wi-Fi networks have a new low-cost service to choose from that will tell them if their passwords are up to snuff.
The service is a cloud-based WPA Cracker with access to a 400-CPU cluster. For just $34, it will check a company's password against a 135-million word dictionary, which takes about 20 minutes. For those who don't mind waiting 40 minutes, the price drops to $17 to access the system at half mode.
What's notable about the 135-million dictionary is that it's been set up specifically for cracking Wi-Fi passwords. It contains common phrases and forms of "elite speak" that have taken WPA networks into account.
More info at www.wpacracker.com .