Blogs about Wi-fi

How to get WPA2 working on Windows XP

Published on the 27th October, 2007

WPA2 is the latest standard in Wi-Fi security, and it's considered fully secure (for today at least). It's a good idea to run the highest level of security you can, even on a home network. I won't go into the benefits, but as far as I can see there are no reasons not to move to WPA2 - you won't even notice any difference, but your connection will be more secure. WPA2 isn't a standard option in Windows XP (SP2), so you'll have to download the hotfix from Microsoft: The Wi-Fi Protected Access 2 ...

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