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Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) for Prism II pcmcia card

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Hi I try to search for "WPA" in the forums but it would not let me because its less than 3 characters

Has anyone been able to find a Prism II card's DRIVER that supports wpa? I updated the firmware on my card to 1.8.2 already so hardware wise, (in w2k/xp/linux), the WPA is supported. I tried the Mcafee internet security thinggy with my MS Broadband driver, but it still say WPA not supported, I then try the Prism 2.5 driver from linksys, but then it says no compatible card found.

I don't want to use wep because thats means my network is easy hackable

thanks

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I don't want to use wep because thats means my network is easy hackable

WPA is also easily hackable. Today it was hacked by Japanese researchers within a minute. There will be a conference next month to discuss the details (Check today's tech news over at Yahoo.). You really want WPA2 if you're concerned about being hackable.

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