Batten down your wireless hatches

Subject: General Tech | March 3, 2006 - 11:47 AM |

Securing your Wireless Network is not very hard, and with this guide from Digital Grabber, it just got even easier.  They take you through all the steps, from encrypting the signal, to changing the routers IP address slightly, to make it harder to find and get into.

"The days of buying a wireless router and just hooking it up without turning on any of the

security features are long gone. Only a fool would leave their network wide open. How tightly you

want to lock down your wireless network depends on your level of paranoia. To help you out we have

prepared a step by step how to on locking down your network from unwanted attacks. To serve you

better we also rated the important of each security protocols on a scale of 1 to 10 with 10 being

the most important. Doing all the steps listed won't make your wireless network hacker proof but

it will greatly reduce the risk of a security breach"

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