SPOTLIGHT: Network Chemistry's security database

Network Chemistry launched a free database of security threats for wireless products and protocols, including 802.11, Bluetooth, EVDO, EDGE, HSPDA, WiMax and many others. The company told FierceWireless it consulted its customers and rival vendors while working on the project. The database is designed to disseminate information on fixing and preventing wireless security issues while providing a standard list of wireless security problems. Of course, it's also designed to help sell security software. Web site

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