Even without these features, I still believe if you implement basic security features for your WLAN, you'll be pretty darn secure. This includes:
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- Use WEP -- 40/64 or 104/128 bit will work just about the same
- Disable SSID broadcast
- Change default SSIDs and AP system names
- Change default passwords
- Use MAC address filtering
- Keep AP, bridge, and client firmware up to date
- Use a VPN if you're really paranoid
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