If it can be done with a manual process now, it will become weaponized for the kiddies soon enough. I wouldn't react irrationally though either; for me, just a reason to clean up my outstanding weak connections at home. No need to wait until it's a five minute aircrack job.
Actually, I think the only outstanding gadget is getting WPA2 or WPA/AES working with wpa_supplicant under Backtrack2. Currently, it forces me to use wpa_psk (wpa/tkip) though any newer distribution seems to manage wpa2 without an issue.
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