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Reviewing Wi-Fi security options

Reviewing Wi-Fi security options: Help Yourself: Tech Tips Weekly
Reviewing Wi-Fi security options: Help Yourself: Tech Tips Weekly

An array of interesting terms are used to describe wireless network security. When configuring a wireless network for a home or small office, use the WPA-PSK standard, which may also be referred to as WPA2-PSK. Another Wi-Fi network security option is WPS or Wi-Fi Protected Setup. It involves a button on the router, or PIN or USB flash drive to authenticate a device for access. Above all, do apply security to your wireless network as opposed to leaving it open and unprotected.

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