Have you ever tried to poke in your neighbor’s WiFi networks ? Especially the one with insecure network..
It seems that more and more home users are going with wireless networks rather than the tradition wired networks with wires hanging everywhere and running wild around the house and in the crawlspace. What seems like a good idea quickly turns into a nightmare if you don’t vamp up the security of your wireless network.
Speed is of the essence. Typically, one thing matters to new users of wireless, getting connected and browsing that first website. While wireless connectivity can accomplish this, it’s best to set up your wireless connection securely before venturing out into cyberspace.
Below are some tips to help secure your wireless network:
Change the default admin password. Admin passwords are easily figured out by attackers when they are left as the default. Not changing your wireless admin password opens your network to attack and can lead to many problems depending on the attacker’s agenda. As for TMNET Streamyx for example, the usual password they will give are TMM 123, tmnet 123, or TMMM123 so it’s really crucial for you to change it after setup the network.