How to Secure your WiFi Network

Posted by Mayank on August 4, 2012 in Mac

Most Wi-Fi networks use poor security which leaves you exposed to privacy breaches and identity theft. Your exposure to security risk increases when you access a public network or are traveling and need to connect to a network to do your work.

The need is to have a powerful WiFi protector, which can scan all the wi-fi networks you use for any security problems and warns you if any of them is unsecured. WiFi Protector is a simple to use but powerful security application that will protect you online where traditional antivirus software stops.

WiFi Protector works with Vista, XP and Windows 7.

All your browsing is protected by 256-bit encryption to prevent identity theft. It shows all the devices using the current network, and sends an alert if a new, unrecognized device tries to connect to a network.

WiFi Protector costs $4 per month and it also offers a VPN (Virtual Private Network) that disguises your IP address and makes it appear as if you’re browsing from a different location.

WiFi Protector is also available for free with ads. Give it a try!

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