https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wi-Fi_Protected_Access WPS is broken and nearly everyone has that enabled and I do recall there being programs that can sniff WPA2 nut i had a hard time finding them ages ago. They are not commonly found like WEP crackers. It is like finding social security numbers online. You can actually find all that online but it is hard to find because people simply don't talk about it. It took me forever one time to find this site from a new article that listed an unholy amount of personal identities. I should have book marked it :/ I never did find mine so I was happy. The identities also had a coding system that potentially hinted at the source of the info and DMV was the biggest source of everyone info. If you google you can find that but i have digressed. Oh and your ID is sold for like 50 bucks -_- It is bad. https://veracrypt.codeplex.com/wikipage?title=Release Notes See 1.0e It references the project If someone remotely accesses your PC or has malicious code on your PC and it access a file your PC will decrypt it because it has no idea who is who and just assumes it is the authorized user when you are logged in. If I am mistaken please explain how the encryption knows hackers, malicious code from a user.