Most home users secure Wi-Fi networks

Wednesday, 2 August 2006, 12:12 AM EST

Six out of ten consumers with Wi-Fi lock down their home networks, said a poll released Tuesday by a research firm.

According to JupiterResearch, 60 percent of home computer users who own a wireless network enable security on the network. Security experts unanimously recommend that consumers apply wireless security provisions to protect their computers and the data on them, as well as keep freeloaders from piggybacking on their bandwidth.

At TechWeb.

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