Tip of the Day: Securing Your Wireless Network

Securing Wireless networks have been a pain because you use to have to use keys that where cryptic and you never remembered them.  The wireless standard board heard you and fixed it.  Now you can use WPA which lets you create a simple key such as “Rahulissuppercool” and your network will be encrypted and easy to connect to.  You can add an extra layer by using Mac Address filtering but this is a little long and annoying if you have friends come over.  So my tip is use WPA and if your running Vista / OS X use WPA2.  



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