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Wi-Fi is a great way to stay connected with the world, but it also puts you at risk for cyberattacks. In this blog post, we will discuss how to protect your Wi-Fi connection and the devices that are connected to it. You can use these tips regardless of whether you’re using a public or private network. Don’t use a password that is easy to guess. We recommend using special characters and numbers, as well as capitalization in the password. Make sure your Wi-Fi network name isn’t something like “Home” or “Living Room.” You can also make it more difficult for attackers by changing the default SSID of your router’s settings so you know where on your property each device is connected to while still being secure. Install anti-virus software on all devices before connecting them to any network connection, including Wi-Fi connections. Update this antivirus software regularly with new virus definitions and malware signatures from vendors such as McAfee®, Symantec® Norton™ AntiVirus, Kaspersky Lab, Sophos (


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