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Resources for Securing Your Wireless Network
Last Updated: Mon, 17 Jun 2013 > Related Articles
View a list of manufacturers and their support websites where you can find information on how to secure your wireless network.
Since all routers and gateways are different, the steps required to secure your network will vary. Below are some links to common manufacturer's support pages where you can learn how to configure and secure your router or gateway. If the manufacturer of your router or gateway is not listed, refer to the user's guide of your router or gateway or contact the manufacturer directly.
Note: The following table provides vendor resources. As this information could change, refer to your manufacturer user guide for the most accurate information.
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- Unauthorized users accessing your network and downloading illegal materials that could be traced back to your address.
- Unauthorized users accessing your files and personal information, such as credit card numbers, bank account information and passwords.
- Unauthorized users accessing your network and using it to send out spam or releasing viruses.