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Three Basics of Secure Wireless You Must Know To Protect Yourself

Let’s talk about the basics of secure wireless networking here. First, we’ll work with managing power and the placement of your access point (AP) or router in order to minimize its “signal leakage” to those outside the desired coverage area. Next up is WPA2 encryption, and finally, we’ll address MAC address filtering. Interestingly, until recently it was believed that…

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Advanced Firewalling Part One – The Easy Stuff

Part One – Advanced Firewalling Easy Stuff Modern UTM (unified threat management) firewalls provide far broader feature sets than mostbusinesses get around to using. These devices are simply configured for the Internet circuit (or circuits), setup with some basic remote access functionality and configured to support a wireless network or two, if they have that capability. Otherwise,…

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