Yes, you can setup a secure wireless network yourself keeping your computers and information private. Learn how with our videos and free unlimited tech support to make sure you are successful, guaranteed.
Are your computers and network secure right now?
If you haven't done anything proactive to secure you network it probably isn't secure. The router is the hub of your network. It handles the connections between your computer, devices and the Internet and the majority of security. Did you know that when you buy a router from almost any manufacturer it is set to have your network unencrypted meaning anyone within it's signal reach can jump on your network and access your computers? Maybe you know this and changed it to an encrypted setting. Which encryption setting did you choose? They are not all equally secure. What about the router's password? All routers come with a default username and password to access them and change settings. This default username and password is the same for every router put out by the manufacturer. If you haven't changed that password you are open to an attacker. There are more security holes. The videos show how to close them.
Share Internet access, files and printers between all of the computer in your home
Setting up sharing can be daunting. Especially if your computers don't all run the same version of Windows. Windows XP, Vista and 7 need a lot of help to get along and allow you to share between computers. The videos show you how to make them all get along and let you easily share your files, printers and Internet access.
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