How to Secure Your WiFi Network

Whether at home or at work, your wifi network is the gateway to the internet. While it lets your devices reach out into the world, it can also let hackers get into your network, potentially compromising your devices. As such, the security of your wifi network is essential. In this article, I’m going to explain how you can secure your wifi network.

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  1. Why recommend MAC filtering and turning off SSID broadcasting when the former is trivial to spoof and the latter is just as easy to discover? All they do is needlessly complicate accessing your own network, and anyone who wants to target your WiFi will certainly know how to circumvent them.

    All you need to do is use a pseudo-random 63 character password under WPA2, as you mentioned at the beginning, and you’re set. Unless there’s something I’m overlooking, there’s absolutely no need for MAC filtering and turning off SSID broadcasting because they don’t actually make your network more secure, just more complicated.

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