An excellent analysis of the WPA key choice weakness problem: It's been a high-traffic week here at Wi-Fi Networking News since we posted Robert Moskowitz's paper on how short WPA passphrases comprised of words found in dictionaries could be broken. Many many thousands of people have read the paper, and a number of articles of varying levels of accuracy have been written. The IDG News Service story is about the best re-summarization in IT terms.
But, IDG News Service, really: Moskowitz's paper is circulating informally on the Internet. No, it isn't. Robert provided it to me and gave me permission to post it on my site, along with a less technical summary that I wrote and had him vet before posting.
This moment of wounded ego is over.