WiFi Security Setup & Optimization
Did you notice unauthorized use of your Wi-Fi network? Or were you overcharged for your Internet usage?
Or are you experiencing severe lag while downloading?
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Looking for an expert to assess the security of your Wi-Fi network? Well, you’ve landed on the right page! We’ll set up a security baseline, check compliance, determine maximum distance that wireless traffic can be received, discover unauthorized access points, and verify if unencrypted traffic is traversing the wireless network.
Poor network security may slow down network performance as this can drain much-needed bandwidth. Well, we’ll secure and optimise the network.
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Yes, in case you’re wondering, your router can indeed be hacked. This can happen due for a number of unfortunate situations; like fraud, or the spread of vicious malware.
By employing a technique called DNS (Domain Name Server) hijacking, hackers can breach the safety of your home Wi‑Fi and potentially cause harm. Thankfully, you can check if your home network is secure by employing a free and web-based online router checker service. Make sure you choose a service from a trustworthy and reputable cybersecurity brand.
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Wi-Fi at the office, home, and in numerous different places is a must-have nowadays. Selecting the right Wi-Fi router to buy is an important consideration. When selecting the best Wi-Fi router to buy, there are many things to consider.
Check the interface to ensure it meets the connectivity requirements for your devices.
Make sure the router you consider is compatible with the particular broadband service provider.
Remember that a Wi-Fi router’s speed is measured in Megabits per second or Mbps. It denotes how fast the router can move incoming data, like an internet signal, from one computer to another.
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If you have never tweaked your router’s firmware, you may have experienced performance problems. Various wireless routers come from the warehouses with a number of their best features disabled.
- Change the default password
- Set the DHCP server mode to disable
- Set the wireless channel
- Enable the WPS or SES mode
- Use MAC filters
Before configuring your router’s QoS settings, check the support pages on the manufacturer’s internet site to ascertain if any new firmware is out there. If there’s a replacement version, follow the instructions to download and install it.
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With more and more people working from home due to the coronavirus pandemic, your Wi-Fi network has probably been put to the test, forced suddenly to accommodate more devices and Internet traffic than ever before. There are constantly new ways for people to enhance their Wi-Fi speed.
Choose the optimal Wi-Fi channel to increase your Wi-Fi speed. With both types of Quality of Service (QoS) – traditional and intelligent – the concept is that you can reduce latency and network clutter by prioritizing streaming and other latency-sensitive data. Remember that optimizing WiFi Networks is all about targeting specific devices.
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Wi-Fi is often used to trace users by their devices, compromise passwords with phishing attacks, and reveal information about where an individual works or travels. To reduce hacking risks, we can lock down behaviours that leak private information and or make our devices more vulnerable.
First of all, purge networks you don’t need from your preferred network list. Then, use a VPN to keep your local traffic encrypted. Following this, make sure to disable auto-connect when joining networks especially the ones in unknown spaces. Certain providers prevent you from adjusting the DNS server addresses in their own-brand routers, but you’ll still set your individual computers to scan for alternate servers.
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