I have a weird problem, and I haven't been able to find an answer online, on Apples tech support, or by going to an apple store "genius bar" at this point. I upgraded to 10.5.2 last thursday, and ever since I have I can no longer get onto my WiFi network that I share with some other folks in my condo complex common area that has no security, its an open network. When I attempt to get on, it gives me a "cannot connect" message, and prompts me to go into network diagnostics. here is where the weird part comes in. When i try and cponnect to the network via network diagnostics it is prompting me to enter in a WEP password. There is no password for this network, and prior to downloading 10.5.2 I could connect without any issues. My iPhone connects without any issues. I even deleted the site from my iPhone in case maybe they had somehow put a password requirement on the system and it was just coincidence that it kicked in 30 seconds after my 10.5.2 update was installed (OK so i am grasping at straws here). The bottom line is, I can get onto Wifi in other areas, but when i am home this is the main place I kick back and browse the internet, play online games, etc. so this is very frustrating. Does anyone have any idea why this update would not recognize a non secure network now? There is no WEP encryption password, as I can get on the network with both my iPhone and GASP my Windows XP based work laptop, neither of which prompts me for a password, I just click on the network and I am in. I am at a loss here, any advice you can give would be much appreciated. I am going through internet withdrawl symptoms at this point, and I may be forcred to actually get my butt off the couch and do something productive if I can't get back online at home.