Chris Elmquist wrote:
>>eth0: IEEE standard IBSS ad-hoc mode supported
>>eth0: WEP supported, 104 bit key
>                        ^^^^^^^^^^^
> This looks really suspecious to me.  It's the same sort of thing I saw
> with a D-Link Prism2 card when the card services were incorrectly
> giving the card 3.3V when it should have 5v.

Ahhh, so the 104-bit key message is actually correct:

"WEP specifies the use of a 40-bit encryption key and there are also 
implementations of 104-bit keys. The encryption key is concatenated with 
a 24-bit "initialization vector," resulting in a 64- or 128-bit key. 
This key is input into a pseudorandom number generator. The resulting 
sequence is used to encrypt the data to be transmitted."

Taken from