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Generate WEP or WAP Keys for Wireless Networks with Wireless Key Generator

If you aren’t protect your router or Wi-Fi network, anyone within the range can gain access to your network. There are several options available on your wireless hardware to secure your network, for example, WEP, WPA, MAC filter, etc. WPA 2 provides stronger wireless data encryption. If you prefer WPA 2 for securing your router, here is how to generate WPA keys.

Wireless Key Generator is a tiny tool designed to generate random keys for use on routers (or other access points) that employ some sort of encryption or wireless security. It can generate keys for WEP, WPA (1/2), as well as custom length general-purpose keys.

Wireless Key Generator uses all available characters, including symbols, upper/lowercase letters, and numbers.

To generate keys, choose your Wireless Encryption method (WEP, WAP, WPA2 or Custom) and click Generate button. The generated key can be copied to clipboard or save to a file.

Wireless Key Generator can be downloaded at developer’s website here.


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