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WEP and WPA

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WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) and WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access) are both encryption standards used in routers to prevent unauthorized usage.

Difference between WEP and WPA

WEP

WEP was actually the first security standard for wireless network. It was established in 1997 but it proved that it was less secure. WEP encryption keys have 64 or 128 bits. More bits will provide better security.

WPA

WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access) was adopted in 2003 along with the full IEEE 802.11 security standard. WPA uses the TKIP (Temporal Integrity Protocol) which changes key automatically. WPA has 48-bit keys with more combinations. WPA is more secure and reliable.

I would recommend you to use WPA to protect your network from intruders.

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