Wireless Security At Home

Today most of us have our computers connected through broadband and the vast majority of these connections are now wireless.  Its essential to keep these networks safe and secure!

If you have a router supplied to you by your ISP (AOL, BT, O2, Virgin etc) in the last 3 years then the chances are that your wireless network already has some kind of security enabled, however if your router is older than this or if you can add a computer onto your network without it asking for a password then you really should consider having security enabled.

In most cases its a relatively simple case of going into the router setup page and enabled either WEP or WPA, if you’re unsure of how to do this then give us a call!