Wireless Network Security
There are many important reasons to secure your wireless network. For starters, do you really want to make it easy for Wi-Fi eavesdroppers to check out what Web sites you or others on your network are viewing? And if that doesn't sound all that bad, how about having your Internet connection used for sending or receiving illegal information like pirated software, music, or even pornography? An unprotected network makes it much easier for anyone with less than positive intentions access shared files and resources on networked computers and servers as well as obtain log-in information from Websites and mail accounts. The good news is that all of the damage that can be done to a home or business wireless network can be prevented by taking just a few minutes to properly secure the network.
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