Now we use the wireless network moer and more in our laptop iPhone and other mobile devices. The same time ee enjoy the convenience of wireless, we also face this situation, someone intrude into our wireless network without permission. They steal our network and laptop battery resource by wireless. What should we do, we must protect our wireless network.
Unlike wired networks, wireless networks use radio signals to communicate. Because radio signals travel outside your home network, other wireless devices can pick up unprotected signals and connect to the network (uninvited) or capture information not sent through it. For example, a Sony VGP-BPS8 Battery network could be created at home to be accessible by its neighbor.
Protect your wireless network
Consider the following safety precautions when setting up your wireless network.
Use a wireless transmitter with a function of security features
Many cellular base stations, gateways or routers offer integrated security features such as wireless security protocols and firewalls. With the right wireless transmitter, you can protect your network from the most common Sony VAIO VGN-FZ Battery wireless security risks.
Working behind a firewall
a firewall is a barrier that controls the data and data requests sent to the Sony VGP-BPL9 Battery network and discards any suspicious objects. Firewalls are available in many variants, both software and hardware. Some networks use a combination of both.
Use wireless encryption
There are a variety of sophisticated encryption protocols for your wireless network. Find the best solution for network security work.
Wired Equivalent Protocol (WEP)
Wired Equivalent Protocol (WEP) is a wireless security protocol encrypted or encoded, that all network data before Sony VGP-BPS13 Battery is transmitted, with a WEP key. Normally, you can assign to your setup to the network, the WEP key. alternatively, you can have your own key to generate a different key, or select other options. Without the correct password, the user may not use the wireless network the resource from battery4.us.
WPa (Wi-Fi Protected access)
Like WEP, WPa security settings are used to encrypt and decrypt data transmitted over the network. But instead of a static security key for WEP encryption, WPa uses Temporal Key Integrity Protocol (TKIP) dynamically generate a new key for each packet, and generate different types of keys for each team.
Connect your network
If possible, avoid the network name (SSID) broadcasting by the wireless transmitter. Most networks to transmit the default name, for example all computers in the vicinity of your network is available. By knowing the closure of the network, other Dell Inspiron 6000 Battery computers, it is less likely that your network is available.
NOTE: If the network is closed and the SSID is not broadcast, you need to know or remember the SSID to connect new devices to the network. Enter the SSID off and store in a safe place before the closure of its network.
Safety in public places
Wireless networks in public areas or “hot spots” such as cafes and airports can be no security. New technologies are being developed by the Dell Inspiron 6400 Battery laptop manufacturers and suppliers of Wi-Fi to make the public safe and anonymous environment. If you are concerned about the security of your computer in a warm place to limit their activities to the critical network e-mail and basic Internet surfing.