Hacking Wireless Connection

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I heard a NDS cannot connect to a wireless network if it is passworded.
Is this true?
 

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It can connect to standard passworded home networks, the only thing it can't connect to our networks that involve going to a html web page and putting in details. Those types of WiFi are typically used by universities, and commercial WiFi's like Starbucks.

EDIT: And I hope you didn't do that gradient manually.
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It can connect to standard passworded home networks, the only thing it can't connect to our networks that involve going to a html web page and putting in details. Those types of WiFi are typically used by universities, and commercial WiFi's like Starbucks.

EDIT:Â And I hope you didn't do that gradient manually.Â
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Ahh, so thats why I couldn't connect at Starbucks!
 

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Then what are the wifi usb things that plug into your pc for? For homes without wireless networks?
 
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