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 Are Wireless Networks Secure?

Answer Unfortunately, no computer network is truly secure. It's always theoretically possible for eavesdroppers to view or "snoop" the traffic on any network, and it's often possible to add or "inject" un... Read More »
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How to Fix an Atheros Wireless LAN That Will Not Detect Local Wireless Networks?

Microsoft Windows 7 supports a broad range of network adapters and chipsets for both wireless and wired networks. Network adapters that initially provide good service may have issues later on due t... Read More »
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Two Wireless Networks, One Internet... How?

subnet it. assuming it a class c 192.168.0.0 with a classfull mask of 255.255.255.0 you want two networks. more to follow as i calculate i just finished subnetting not to long ago but i believe. i ... Read More »
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How to Find Wireless Networks?

In order to connect to a wireless network on your computer, you must be within range of a network. You can use your computer's "Connect to a Network" dialog box to find any of the wireless networks... Read More »
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Why can't I see any wireless networks?

You can try updating the driver for the wireless network card.Go to Toshiba's website, go to the support and download section, follow the steps by chooseing the model, operating system etc. and fin... Read More »
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