EasyLI Done! Series Tutorials
All EasyLI Done! Series Tutorials are designed to accomplish
specific tasks on a step-by-step basis!
two computers together to share files using a crossover cable
to setting up a secured
wireless network connection, these online tutorials are extremely
easy to follow. Although all tutorials were put together with the
novice user (beginner) in mind, advanced users will find a few tricks
to put to use also, such as 'How
to Force Windows to Shutdown' when it just won't shutdown normally.
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Did you know? Most wireless routers (access points) come out of
the box with security disabled, allowing your computer to be attacked
by hackers, viruses, spyware and adware, as soon as you connect
it to your computer or network and turn it on. Anyone
in range of your unsecured wireless network can not only use it
to access the Internet, but can also use your unsecured wireless
connection to access and download files to and from your computer!
The first thing you should do is turn on the router's firewall.
Then setup WPA encryption on the router (WPA is much better than
WEP). Any new or recently released router will have WPA capabilities,
and WPA should definitely be used, because it is the best wireless
security currently available.
If you are interested in finding out who is connected (or attempting
to connect) to your wireless network and use your wireless connection
to access the Internet or your files, then Trend Micro PC-cillin
Internet Security 2006 is the easiest, and only security package
I have encountered that includes such a feature. If unauthorized
users have connected to your network, you can disconnect them and
permanently deny them further access to your network, by using the
new 'Wi-Fi Intrusion Detection' feature in Trend Micro
PC-cillin Internet Security 2006.
Follow the steps below to use Trend Micro PC-cillin Internet
Security 2006 to detect users connected to your wireless network.