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Home LANs risk accidental hacks
On the other hand, someone parked in the back lane could be using your system to download vast tracks of information from the Internet, effectively cybersquatting your bandwidth. Either way there are some simple measures you can take to protect wireless LANs without sparking all-out urban war. According to Ross Chiswell, chief executive of wireless networking reseller Integrity Data Systems, home users and small business or home office users often leave themselves vulnerable to an attack through a lack of awareness.
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