Israeli Researcher Cracked Over 3,500 Wi-Fi Networks in Tel Aviv City

Over 70% of Wi-Fi networks from a sample size of 5,000 were hacked with “relative ease” in the Israeli city of Tel Aviv, highlighting how unsecure Wi-Fi passwords can become a gateway for serious threats to individuals, small businesses, and enterprises alike.
CyberArk security researcher Ido Hoorvitch, who used a Wi-Fi sniffing equipment costing about $50 to collect 5,000 network hashes for the

Source:: The Hackers News