We have updated our tutorial on how to crack WPA / WPA2 with even more powerful and easier to use passphrase recovery tools. We've also added tips for creating easy-to-remember but essentially uncrackable passphrases.
IDG News Service reported today that security researchers Erik Tews and Martin Beck have found a way to break the TKIP key used in WPA wireless security in 12 to 15 minutes.
Wireless networks secured by WPA / WPA2 can be cracked. But it's not as easy as cracking WEP.