Secure Your Router

If you use a router for your Internet connection and rely on it to provide network protection, you must make it require a secure password. If your router doesn't require a password, anyone can connect to it across the Internet and delete the filters you've set up. (As configured by the manufacturers and ISPs, most connection-sharing routers do not require a password, although they typically won't accept configuration commands from the Internet, but only from your own network.)

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