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 Wireless Network Security Basics

TechTastic.ca tells us the basics of Wireless Network Security.

"WEP uses an encryption key that the router and all wireless cards in your network will use to get access to each other. Key sizes are usually 64 bit or 128bit, though Dlink does have some with 256 bits. Use the highest encryption rate you got. Also make it a habit of changing your WEP key ever week or so. "

 (Submitted by Noel Sun Jan 25, 2004 )

  


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