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Wireless security on ad hoc ?

By jsarinana ·
Were a small office with one LAN Cisco 2600 conntected to a T1, 3COM switches, firewall, Win2000 servers, NAT, Sophos anti virus on firewall, Netshield on servers, Macfee ASAP client s.w. polices yada yada yada...
I just took to older computers andinstall a 3COM 3CRDW696 wireless NICS on them both. One is a WIN2000 server the other is a Win2000 Prof. the server has a LAN connection through NIC1, NIC2 is the wireless. My connection is Ad-Hoc set at 128 encrypton with WEB Encryption key set on both. I am sharing the NIC2 on the Win2000 server so the othe computer can use the Internet access and can see the LAN throught the server. Any suggestions here ? am I unsecured ? THANKS

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by tduval In reply to Wireless security on ad h ...

According to all FAQs, you're said to be secure.

Certainly, someone with good antenna, and brute force cracking algorithm could break your tcp/ip trames, but are you worth the prize ?

May be ECHELON, NSA or CIA could. Will they ?

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