WPA for the Macintosh (Well,  for Panther, ExtremeG and Airport 3.2)

If you’ve been yearning to convert your wireless network to WPA for stronger encryption, you’re in luck. (They call WPA-PSK “WPA Personal” which is bound to be confusing.

As long as you have:

The new Panther OS 10.3

An Airport ExtremeG adapter (cause the original Airport 802.11b card isn’t supported)

And download the Airport 3.2 upgrade posted on the Apple site (quietly).

Older Macs without the new Panther OS and an ExtremeG card, well you’re in the same boat as Windows users with 802.11b cards.