Tag: wireless

Many of us don’t think twice about our home wireless router after setting it up. And it might be tempting to rush through the set-up process. Here’s why you should pay close attention while setting up your router, and afterwards.Heard of...

Setting up your home network? To keep it secure, don’t forget about your router.Why pay attention to that little box with the flashing lights? Your router lets you connect with the internet and communicate with other devices in your home. So,...

Today’s home network may include a wide range of wireless devices, from computers and phones, to IP Cameras, smart TVs and connected appliances. Taking basic steps to secure your home network will help protect your devices – and your...

Whether in a hotel or airport across the world, or in the coffee shop just down the street, chances are you’ve used free Wi-Fi hotspots. While convenient, they’re often unsecure. So how can you reduce your risk? Encryption — having...

Have you seen news reports about foreign websites showing live feeds from unsecured wireless cameras — like nanny cams, baby monitors, and security cameras — in the U.S. and around the world? It’s creepy stuff, but there are steps...

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...

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.

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 Change the Default Admin Password on Your Linksys Router 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 your...

Step-by-Step Instructions to Change the Default Admin Password on Your Netgear Router Connect to your wireless network. Open your Web browser and type in the Web address http://www.routerlogin.net Press Enter The NETGEAR Prompt dialog...

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