Wireless Devices in Stores Found Vulnerable in Survey

ATLANTA — Forty-four percent of the wireless devices used by retailers, such as laptops, mobile computers and barcode scanners, could be compromised, according to a new survey by the Enterprise Mobility unit of Motorola.

ATLANTA — Forty-four percent of the wireless devices used by retailers, such as laptops, mobile computers and barcode scanners, could be compromised, according to a new survey by the Enterprise Mobility unit of Motorola here.

This represents a decline from last year, when the Motorola AirDefense Retail Shopping Wireless Security Survey reported security vulnerabilities in 85% of wireless devices.

“A significant majority of retailers are still susceptible to a network in

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