Thanks Infinite for the confirmation.

In any case, this essentially makes wireless utterly insecure (on a windows machine) without going to (what seems to be overboard) a radius server or some other form of encryption/authentication.

My current plan at the moment is to make it invisible (not broadcasting SSID), to which the obvious bypass is kismet (deciphering the presence of a network based on the packets) but then since I know some guy is going to be driving up to the side of our building with a laptop with kismet on it looking for things like this, the next step would be installing linux on a workstation with a wireless card and kismet and scanning/monitoring from there.

I dont know the full extent of Kismets tools base but I am hoping at least for a bit of a heads up to people attempting to or making connection to the network.

Anyways, that is what I am hoping!