There were relatively few dangers when wireless technology was first introduced.Hackers had not yet had time to latch on to the new technology, and wireless networks were not commonly found in the work place.
I am using a enhanced-G USB wireless adapter to connect to a desktop computer.
Whenever I try to do that it shows me some message which says "Validating Identity".
The ability to enter a network while mobile has great benefits.
However, wireless networking is prone to some security issues.
You it does not help then try it again with wireless but this time you have to disable the router for wireless security.
All you have to do is just open the "Wireless Network Connection" from available wireless networks and now click on the "Change Advanced Settings" and after that you have to go to "Wireless Network Connection properties".It prompts me this every time I try with this method. Well let me tell you I tried with the above method and everything seemed to have worked fine for me. So In case you want to set the password then set it.There may be a possibility that you may have enabled the password confirmation in your settings. If you want more information on the ASCII characters and the hexadecimal characters then do a search on the internet and you will get the information accordingly.First of all go to the "Wireless Networks" tab and then open the properties of the wireless network to which you are trying to connect. After that you have to go to "authentification" tab and there you have to untick the box which says "Enable IEEE802.1x to the available network" and I am sure that it will solve the issue for you. I have 26 digit WEP code for the gigabit-N router setup. Any help from any one on this forum will be appreciative. I think that you have to update all the Windows XP software downloads.