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Passphrase to hexadecimal

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my network card does not have a Passphrase to hexadecimal WEP
conversion capability which means when i travel I have difficulty
getting on a network. I have found an on line option
http://www.powerdog.com/wepkey.cgi but it is useless if i cannot get
on. Can I do the same thing in VB6? Where would I find the
algorthims?
Apr 21 '07 #1
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If you want a VB6 solution, try posting your message in a VB6 newsgroup
like comp.lang.basic.visual.misc. This one is for .Net Programming.

Just FYI.
Robin S.
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my network card does not have a Passphrase to hexadecimal WEP
conversion capability which means when i travel I have difficulty
getting on a network. I have found an on line option
http://www.powerdog.com/wepkey.cgi but it is useless if i cannot get
on. Can I do the same thing in VB6? Where would I find the
algorthims?

Apr 22 '07 #2

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On Apr 21, 3:09 am, J...@gmail.com wrote:
my network card does not have a Passphrase to hexadecimal WEP
conversion capability which means when i travel I have difficulty
getting on a network. I have found an on line optionhttp://www.powerdog.com/wepkey.cgibut it is useless if i cannot get
on. Can I do the same thing in VB6? Where would I find the
algorthims?
I am not that great at VB6, but here is a website (
http://www.warewolflabs.com/portfoli...g/wlanskg.html
) that will do the generation for you. They have it in javascript so
if you view source you can see how they accomplished the task you are
looking for view javascript. This will show the alogritums in
javascript which then would not be to hard to convert to vb6 or vb.net
if you wanted to use the .net framework.

Apr 23 '07 #3

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