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Are you the only person using your wireless signal? Your personal information could be in danger if you're not.
By Derek Gerry
The reasons why people network computers ties back to efficiency and convenience.
By Rebecca Mikulin
Asking yourself "what do I need to hook up a wireless router?" If you're setting up a new home wireless network, make sure you have these items on hand.
By Dachary Carey
How does a router work? A router sorts through information sent over a network, using its hardware and software to prioritize the information and pass it along to your computer.
By Jaceson Maughan
Router configuration requires you to perform certain tasks in a specified order to simplify setup. If you understand these components of router configuration, you can set up your own router and even improve its security.
By Dachary Carey
Wireless networks are only as good as the antennas on your router and your wireless devices. Fortunately, it's simple to replace many types of antennas to get better network performance and range.
Spoofing and sniffing are common threats to networked computers. These passive threats allow information to be stolen.
By Mary P Ivy
What is a digital signature? A digital signature has the same function as a signature written on a sheet of paper, in that it confirms you sent a piece of information.
By Gabriel Miller
Knowing how to install a Netgear wireless router can help you set up a wireless Internet connection that is better protected from hackers.
By Shawn Donovan
Learn about the function of routers, router security and how to find the password for your router.
By Jessie See
Can you answer the question, "How do I install a wireless router?" If not, this step-by-step guide will walk you through the process.
By Dachary Carey
When you log onto a wireless network, how much technology does it take to connect you to the Internet?
By Gail Seymour
What is a router? A router helps to determine how information gets from a modem to a group of computers.
By Gabriel Miller
Learn all about the key design features of a local area network, as well as the advantages and disadvantages of this approach.
By Philip Lop
The best wireless router needs two things: speed and a clear connection. Find out how to get both.
These Netgear router setup tips simplify the process of securing your home network and making it even more efficient.
By Shawn Donovan
Any serious businessperson should know to password protect a pen drive or risk losing valuable secrets.
By Gene Rodriguez, III
Finding your wireless password typically can be done in a few easy steps. Procedures differ for Windows systems versus Apple systems.
A "network address translator" may not sound familiar to you, but it is critical to helping your computer navigate the Internet while maintaining security.
By Shawn Donovan
Follow a few password tips to keep your personal information and accounts secure.
By Dachary Carey
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