I audited my Wireless Access Point using the free Retina WiFi Scanner from eEye Digital Security. According to it, my WPA PSK key length was too short, so I increased it to around 25 characters. If you look at the scanner’s installation directory, there is a file named wepdic.txt. This is the wordlist that the scanner uses to attempt to brute force WEP keys. In theory you should be able to replace it with a larger wordlist.
Cain & Abel has been added to my list of “must have” security tools. Essential for doing password audits.