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[SOLVED] Kitkat builds on p768g

5th July 2014, 04:05 PM |#11  
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Hello droideking, that is exactly what i did, i didn't know that kitkat roms cant work sith wep keys, changing to wpa solved my problem, thank you very much man

Yo, WEp is the weakest kind of WiFi security, use WPA/PS2K, because nowadays theres tons of apps that crack WEP keys in a couple minutes, thus being vulnerable to internet thieves.
Also, if your modem has that WPS pairing thingy, look how to disable it because theres a new exploit to crack that kind of set ups.
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Yo, WEp is the weakest kind of WiFi security, use WPA/PS2K, because nowadays theres tons of apps that crack WEP keys in a couple minutes, thus being vulnerable to internet thieves.
Also, if your modem has that WPS pairing thingy, look how to disable it because theres a new exploit to crack that kind of set ups.

Thanks for the advice no_un_bot, i'll check my connection settings and i have to be shure that wps is disabled
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