Keep your router’s software up to date.


Just like any other hardware, even routers rely on their own software to run properly. Quite often, vulnerabilities and bugs slip into the code and allow malicious hackers to launch attacks against the Wi-Fi router, potentially allowing them to intercept the data, and inject malware.
We’ve talked before about how important it is to set up a secure password for your Wi-Fi, the one people use to actually connect to the router. But one other aspect of Wi-Fi security is to make sure the admin data for the router itself is secure.

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