Wireless network security for the home

Thursday, 5 May 2005, 5:22 PM EST

If you were to do a Google search on the phrase “Wireless Network Security”, you would get thousands of links to articles explaining all sorts of elaborate ways to secure your wireless network. One thing that always bothered me about these articles though is that the vast majority of them focus their attention on corporations. The reason why this bothers me is because Wi-Fi is primarily a consumer technology. I’ll admit that I have been as guilty as anyone of writing wireless security articles that focus on corporations. However, in this article, I want to fill a badly neglected void and talk about wireless security for the home.

By Brien Posey at WindowSecurity.

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