Apple just removed the ethernet port from new MacBooks which means we have to use Wifi! But I think WEP encryption is broken, and WPA encryption which I can't see on Mac is also broken. So Wifi means no security, right?
WPA2 is the only secure method. WEP and WPA are "broken". Also, WEP is easier to crack than WPA. However, any security, even WEP, is better than no security as it will effectively prevent opportunistic connections to your network.
I just checked and indeed the new Mac Books Pro don't have an Ethernet port. All I can say is WTF?!?
wpa2 is still the best choice currently.
watch out for wps brute force attempts against a pin, make sure you have a router that you can turn wps off.
Use WPA2 and turn off WPS if ur router supports it since this is a major security flaw.
802.11 until "802.11ad" uses unencrypted management packets no matter what encryption type you use, and will be vulnerable to DOS from a wristwatch that could throw De-authentication packets. Even enterprise grade RADIUS implementations have recently been proven to be vulnerable within 24 hours or less. Now, when your dealing with autonomous quadrotors, swiping your handshake, and using a distributed computing cluster to crack your personal/WPA2 using multi-instance Dictionary-Supplemented-bogosort-bruteforce, MAC spoofing your client, even a 63-Character(64 HEX) CCMP VLAN won't help you.
Now with cognitive Radio, it opens a new level of spoofy goodness. Now an attacker will have to implement a "brutespoof" of their MAC spoofing algorithm(similar to aireplay-ng) to attempt to resolve the victims MAC CR algorithm.
Perhaps a ghetto CR MAC implementation could be thrown together using Cron Jobs on a DDWRT/Openwrt router so that both the client, and the router are constantly spoofing their MAC at a mathematically synchronous rate. Unfortunately it then becomes a matter of hardware speed & luck.