This is nothing new... these issues were known immediately upon Airport's release.<br><br>However, these "security issues" are hardly an issue for most people. First off, a hacker is probably not going to hang out at airports in the hopes of intercepting *anything* of any value beyond the password to your favorite new site! Not to mention, even if they could figure out what your airport password was, they would also have to get your file sharing username and password (of course you would also have to have filesharing turned on)... <br><br>My point is... the security risk is there, however the hackers usually aren't.<br><br>[color:red] Kiss My Banana!</font color=red><br>Visit me here!
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