A home router is your gateway to the Internet. When configured correctly to be secure, your home router can act as a first line of defense against network intruders. Configured incorrectly, however, and your router can be an open door allowing hackers and cyber-criminals to infiltrate your network and potentially access your computers and files.
Configuring a home router isn’t complicated, but many people don’t make needed changes to the default settings when they set up the device–and you might be one of them, but it’s okay, we’re here to help! Have you changed the default settings in your home router? When was the last time you checked your router settings to be sure it’s as secure as can be? Follow along below, and we’ll show you the main settings you can change right now to ensure your home router is secure and protects you from hackers.
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