Enabling wireless security is a must nowadays. Due to improvements in technology, the range of your wireless router has increased and now there is a real threat that neighbours up to a few houses away may be able to tap into your internet connection, or worse, one of your computers, should you not secure your network. This tutorial assumes that you are running Microsoft Windows, are connected to your network and have access to a web browser.
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For Mac computers, you will need to go to the dock and then System Preferences. The next selections are Network Security online, Locations, and Interface. After that, click on the tab that is marked AirPort. You should now be able to see the mac numbers.
Some devices such as a Wii don’t support WPA2. If that’s the case, we suggest WPA. Just don’t use WEP, it’s an older technology and not secure enough anymore.
Securing my wireless network is always the first thing I setup when I have just installed a new router or modem. Without a secure line, people can leech off of the connection that you are paying for. Luckily, there are some easy stresser tips to take to secure your wireless network.
Another way that we can cause great harm to the company is when we bring our newest and shiniest electronic gadget with us to work. As the Iranians found out with their centrifuge machines, a computer from home can contain all sorts of nasty viruses and bad things.
There you have a guide to basic network security. While nothing is bulletproof, the more security you have, the better. Good luck in securing any networks.