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  • There are several encryption algorithms and methods available, the most commons called WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy), WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access) and WPA-2.
    To secure your network you can try these steps
    Change the administrative password.
    Use alphanumeric passwords always,
    Disable remote management.
    Upgrade the router firmware to its latest version to make sure it doesn’t have any known flaws.
    Disable the wireless capability if you are not going to use it.
    Enable or change to WPA-2 encryption on both your router and on your computers.
    For more assistance call us at 1-900-603-4024



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  • Once you go wireless, you should encrypt the information you send over your wireless network. Encryption scrambles the information you send into a code so that it’s not accessible to others. Using encryption is the most effective way to secure your network from intruders.
    Two main types of encryption are available for this purpose: Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) and Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP). Your computer, router, and other equipment must use the same encryption.
    other practices to secure your network are as follows:-
    1.Change the name of your router from the default.
    2.Change your router’s pre-set password.
    3.Turn off any “Remote Management” features.
    4.Log out as Administrator
    5.always set strong passwords.
    For any help feel free to call us back on 1-800-603-4024.



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  • 1. Keep a strong password
    2. Don’t share the wireless credentials with anyone to ensure that everything is protected
    3. Keep your device up to date



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  • Log into your router dashboard and go to security type and select WPA2-AES most advanced security which is very hard to crack.
    For more assistance call us at 1-800–603-4024.



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