I've not had a chance to check this out yet, but it appears that these WebDT 366s from tbowland may support WPA/WPA2 encryption. According to this
and tbowland's original post in this thread, these WebDTs have an Intel 2200 Pro mini-pci card. According to this
, this card is supported by the Linux ipw2200 driver. According to this
, WPA and WPA2 work with ipw2200 drivers >= 1.0.2 using wpa_supplicant.
I just moved back into my house from a fire last fall, so it will be a looooooong time before I get a chance to look into this with any depth. I did buy 2 of these WebDTs from tbowland, so I will look into this in a couple months if nobody else has before then. Just thought I'd throw this nugget out there if somebody else is interested.
As a side note, not that it matters to me or likely to many others around here, these WebDTs from tbowland do not come with an operating system.
As a second side note, WebDT owners should check out the webdt.org
website. Some interesting reading there, including mods to upgrade the internal flash IDE chip to 4 GB.
A last side note, just in case anybody else is wondering why these say "Ambia
" in the corner.
[edited to add Ambia link, and clean up hyperlinks]