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Protecting your home wireless network is paramount. Keeping prying eyes and rouge devices off of your personal internet connection in no doubt important but did you know how you have your network configured at home could be affecting how secure you are when you are staying in hotels or enjoying a latte with a friend at your local coffee shop?
This week we share what, why, and briefly how to secure your wifi connection at home and while traveling.
For more detailed information and links to help secure your home network please visit my security blog at ComradeTech.com:
And If you are interested in more histarical Wi-Fi network names or need ideas to create your own, check out this link.
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