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What is the difference between 40 bit WEP and 64 bit WEP?

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40 bit WEP & 64 bit WEP are the same encryption level and can interoperate. The lower level of WEP encryption uses a 40 bit (10 Hex character) as "secret key" (set by user), and a 24 bit " Initialization Vector " (not under user control) (40+24=64). Some vendors refer to this level of WEP as 40 bit, others as 64 bit. Giganyte Wireless products use a Hexadecimal key for WEP, which is 0~9, a~f.
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