Hello, Firstly please forgive me if this is a stupid query, I have limited/out of date knowledge of computers and especially broadband/wireless internet. I really hope this forum can help me! My query is this: At my parent's house I have a Linksys Wireless-G 2.4 GHz 54Mbps Broadband Router connected up to a PC running Windows 98. It was set up in my absence by my even-less-computer-literate-than-me father and I cannot find any software either in the house or accessible from the Windows 98 desktop(?). We have two PCs with Wireless-G PCI Adapters connected wirelessly to the router, one machine is using Windows XP, the other Windows 2000. Both of these were again set up in my absence and although I have not really looked at the XP machine I have played around with the Linksys software accessible from the Windows 2000 panel at the bottom right hand corner of the screen. I am concerned about security and surfing the internet from the other two 'wireless' machines. The Linksys software on the Windows 2000 machine states that 'WEP Encryption is disabled' which has got alarm bells ringing in my mind with regards to security. I basically want to surf the web, especially from the Win 2000 machine and be as secure as possible. Information I have found on the web and the Linksys homepage seems to suggest that all the security features and commands must be set up on the computer which is connected to the router. Problem is, as I have said earlier, I was not around when it was set up and cannot find any software on disk or on the machine. Any help would be GREATLY appreciated, apologies if I sound like I don't have a clue what I am talking about, but I probably don't lol!! Jon.