Tag: network

Wi-Fi hotspots in coffee shops, libraries, airports, hotels, universities, and other public places are convenient, but often they’re not secure. If you connect to a Wi-Fi network, and send information through websites or mobile apps, it might...

A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, people used phones primarily to call each other. Strange, huh?Today, in this galaxy, many of us depend on our phones to take care of everyday tasks like waking up on time, keeping track of our calories,...

What’s not to like about the convenience of free public Wi-Fi? It’s nice to be able to connect to the internet when you’re away from home. Unfortunately, these hotspots often aren’t secure. If you go online using public Wi-Fi...

Wi-Fi hotspots — like the ones in coffee shops, airports, and hotels — are convenient, but they often aren’t secure. Use these tips to help protect your personal information.

If you don't secure your wireless network, strangers could use it and gain access to your computer – including the personal and financial information you’ve stored on it. Protect your computer by using WPA encryption....

Steps to take to protect the wireless network in your home.   

Hackers hunting for vulnerable wireless networks are closing in. Stop the hack attack with correct answers to these wireless security questions.

Step-by-Step Instructions to Restrict Access by MAC Address on Your Linksys Wireless Network Connect to your wireless network. Open your Web browser and type in the Web address http://192.168.1.1 Press Enter key Type in the User Name for...

Step-by-Step Instructions to Restrict Access by MAC Address on Your Netgear Wireless Network Connect to your wireless network. Open your Web browser and type in the Web address http://www.routerlogin.net Press Enter The NETGEAR Prompt...

Step-by-Step Instructions to Restrict Access by MAC Address on Your Apple Airport Wireless Network Open your AirPort Admin Utility application (this program was installed from the CD-ROM when you set up the device) Find your network's name...