How to Secure Your Wireless Wi-Fi Network

Secure your WiFi network from these Top 10 tips. We all worries about security and privacy on Internet. But I think everyone starting securing privacy from putting a password on the wi-fi network. If you are not secured your wi-fi network,  anyone can hack your wi-fi network, you get slow internet speed and anyone can access your private computer folders.

Read this post and know how to secure you wi-fi network at home from Top 10 tricks.

How to Secure Your Wireless Wi-Fi Network

How to Secure Your Wireless Wi-Fi Network

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How to Secure Your Wireless Wi-Fi Network

1) Encrypt your Wi-Fi Network

Always use WPA2 Encryption in your WiFi Network.

WIFI-Challenge

WIFI-Challenge

Create a strong password for your wifi network from passwordsgenerator.net website. If you use a strong password with WPA2 encryption, no one can hack your wifi.

→ WPA2, WEP, And Friends: What’s The Best Way To Encrypt Your Wi-Fi?

2) Replace default passwords on your router with strong passwords

When you use the new router for creating the wireless network, make sure you change the default passwords with strong passwords.

3) Change default SSID name

Change your default SSID name with new SSID like your Company name or your favorite villain name.

4) Do not broadcast your SSID

Do not broadcast your SSID

Do not broadcast your SSID

If you stop broadcasting your SSID, no one can easily find you wifi network. With this feature, you can hide your wifi network at your home.

Hidden SSID

Hidden SSID

Find Hidden SSID of any wifi from the inSSIDer android app.

5) Use scary names to discourage Wi-Fi theft:

C:\virus.exe, Computer Virus, Prophet Hacker and malware etc. You can use your creativity to find more dangerous names for your wireless network.

no free for you

no free for you

6) See Connected Devices List

Check how many devices are connected to your wifi network in mobile and PC from reading this post.

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How to Find Out Who's Stealing Your Wi-Fi Network

How to Find Out Who’s Stealing Your Wi-Fi Network

Download Fing android app in your Phone for seeing how many devices are currently connected to your wifi network.

Fing - Network Tools
Fing - Network Tools
Developer: Fing Limited
Price: Free
  • Fing - Network Tools Screenshot
  • Fing - Network Tools Screenshot

7) Turn off Guest networking

Always turn off this feature in your router settings.

Turn off Guest Network

Turn off Guest Network

8) Keep your firmware up to date

outer vendors regularly release firmware updates and post them on their websites. You should occasionally check the manufacturer’s website to see if a new firmware update has been released. Newer routers will automatically inform you when new firmware is available.

Update Router Firmware

Update Router Firmware

9) Selecting an unpopular range of IP Addresses helps prevent many router attacks

 

10) When not using your internet network, turn it off

 

Turn off Router

Turn off Router

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