It should be no surprise to anybody that the use of wireless devices is becoming increasingly pervasive. At the same time, however, the best security practices – firewalls, virtual private networks, WAP and WPA encryption – don’t protect our privacy as well as we hope they would. The Trustworthy Wireless project at Intel Research Seattle is aimed at developing new protocols to protect privacy and developing new technologies that can help users understand what information about them is being exposed and to whom.At the Seattle Lab open house event on October 1, several research projects were presented to address these issues. One of them was called “SlyFi”- a privacy preserving link layer. It was presented by Intel research scientist, Ben Greenstein.
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