Protect your wireless network

Wednesday, 3 March 2004, 12:25 PM EST

If you have a wireless network set up in your home, you might be inviting criminals to steal from you without even having to break in.

Wireless internet or Wi-Fi is becoming big business and computer users are lining up to buy the equipment that will allow them to use their laptop computers just about anywhere.

It is important to know that there is always some risk in using computer networks. If you do not enable proper passwords and security measures on your system, you may be leaving the door open to someone looking to steal your personal information.

By Bill Spencer at WXYZ.

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