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A secure home network reduces the possibility of being hacked and having someone get access to critical information. Furthermore, it will protect undesirable or unauthorized users and devices from slowing down your connection or freeloading on the internet service you pay for.
Here are the tips for safeguarding your home Wi-Fi network. Continue reading for additional information on each.
A sensible configuration is the first step towards strong network security. Place your router in the center of your home if possible. Routers broadcast wireless signals in all directions, so strategically positioning your router in the center of your home will assist in keeping your connection to the limits of your home. As an added bonus, it will almost certainly result in the finest connection quality.
This should go without saying, but I'll mention it to emphasize its significance. It is critical to create a unique password for your Wi-Fi network in order to maintain a safe connection. Avoid passwords or phrases that are easily guessed, such as someone's name, birthday, phone number, or other common information. Simple Wi-Fi passwords are easy to remember but also easy for others to find out.
Along the same lines as password-protecting your Wi-Fi network, you'll want to prevent unauthorized access to your router settings.