Validating identity to router

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When I enter the router password, the following message appears: the network password needs to be 40bits or 104bits depending on your configuration. After checking various forums, advice was to unclick the \u0027enable IEEE 802.1 authentication box in the router properties. After checking various forums, advice was to unclick the 'enable IEEE 802.1 authentication box in the router properties.

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The MAC address of that PC is used by Comcast to get your connection. On the back of the router, there is a reset button.

I would think it would be easier to just hack into most routers with User- admin and Password- password. With her laptop turned off have her connect it to the router via an Ethernet cable.

How can it be that easy to break the arbitrary numbers and letters?

This will reinstall the known good drivers and will recreate her wireless connection, try again to connect wireless. A word about WEP vs WPA/WPA2: Mainly it comes down to when/how you are authenticated. You get enough of them, use a program and it can put all the bits together to figure it out.

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