Registry entries for encryption/authentication methods WPA2 Tags: Encryption Authentication Registry Wireless Networking Last response: July 19, 2006 9:02 PM in Wireless Networking Share ck42 July 19, 2006 5:30:27 PM Regarding the entries in the registry for added SSIDs in the PNL (XP SP2), I see that there is a binary entry for each of the entries (Static#0000). I'm trying to determine how to tell what authentication/encryption method has been selected for these entries. Is there a way to reverse these entries to gather this information? More about : registry entries encryption authentication methods wpa2 blue68f100 July 19, 2006 8:20:32 PM There encrypted on purpose. To prevent users from seeing the keys. What good is security if the keys are in plain text. ck42 July 19, 2006 9:02:04 PM Not interested in the keys. I AM specifically interested in knowing what type of encryption/authentication method has been configured. ie, using WEP, WPA, WPA2, TKIP, AES, etc. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources registry entries with the same name Forum SolvedCan I safely use regedit to remove Windows NT entries from Windows xp registry? Forum Missing registry entries for windows defragmenter Forum Switched to Nvidia, Can I delete ATI registry entries? Forum SolvedWindows XP Pro Registry Entry Forum How to remove registry entries Forum Registry entries Forum WIll reinstalling XP remove unnecesary registry entries? Forum Delete Registry Entries Forum FunWebProducts registry entries Forum Add/Remove Software entries/Registry Forum Batch files to create registry entries? Forum Cannot delete Invalid Uninstall Entries from Registry Forum can't delete registry entries Forum Registry entries for Browsers Forum Diablo II registry entries Forum "admin" could not make entries in registry ... Forum multiple almost identical registry entries Forum registry entries Forum Using Group Policy to add registry entries in HKCU Forum More resources Read discussions in other Wireless Networking categories Configuration Security Connectivity !