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There have been quite a few complaints that Outlook 2007 (running in Windows Vista) is not sending out emails properly when paired with certain Linksys routers.

I actually experienced this recently – what a mess.

I made it a secured connection since I live next to a truck stop. My security key for this new router is 16 digits long, so the two don't match. It shows Network Authentication as Open, and Data Encryption is Disabled.

Under properties of the wireless connection, it says Data Encryption is WEP, but under that it shows a Network Key that I don't understand. Please do this: First, make sure you're directly plugged into the back of your Linksys router in port 1, 2, 3, or 4, this will not work unless you do Next, open a new web browser window, erase anything in the address bar at the top, then type: or Press ENTER on the keyboard Well now the gremlins have completely taken over! I had to type over one that was already there when I tried to connect to the new network I created.

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One would think such a deep-rooted ethos would also find its way online, but Digit, and 1, learnt the hard way, that nothing's further from the truth.

I wanted to update the system (windows, Norton, etc) but it won't connect to the wireless router. Then that goes off the screen and it goes back to the networks in range screen. I press "connect" again and it asks for my security key again. Not sure what I've done here, but I think I've made a mess... Says "Windows was unable to find a certificate to connect to network". But now it won't let me connect to my IE browser.

Also Firefox doesn't put DNS through a socks proxy by default, which has some security implications and doesn't allow you to reach internal-only names. I just set this up with my home Linksys router which is reachable from the internet and it works like a charm.

An attacker would need different tools and resources to intercept your traffic between remote hosts.

The net's become a country of its own, with no laws, and certainly no official moral code of conduct.

Of course, this is not something new to any of us, but I'm guilty of being foolish enough to think all Digit readers were different.