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After the cordless phone came out, people wanted more. Therefore, the cell phone was invented, which gave people a wider range where they can use thei... ... middle of paper ... ...ly basis. What I learned from this assignment has been how wireless Internet works. Also, what can be improved in the wireless Internet. This has given me a better understanding of what technology people have not over come, and where they need a lot of work.
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Now, what in the earth could happen to a single person that has done nothing wrong? Let’s start off with the simple fact of unknown threats. Unknown threats to an individual are just that, unknown due to lack of education, attention to detail or simply not caring enough to address them. For instance, one of the most basic vulnerabilities and exposures that a person can present for them is simply leaving open access to their wireless broadband router that was purchased at al local technology shop. This may not seem like such a bid deal, but an open wireless connection is essentially an open invitation for a snooper to look into an individual’s personal life.
Wired network and wireless protect both has security, But in general wireless network is less secure than wired networks. For proper security AP (access point) and its antenna should be right position. Also add a wireless access point or use a wireless router we can connect to network wirelessly. AS we using more and more of devices (smart phones, tablet and computers) rely on wireless networking, we have to improve our network security too. Wired ones are practically safer.
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Wireless is everywhere today, whether at home working from your WIFI network to work where you might be linked to a wireless network or even through your phone through a 3G or 4G network to connecting to an open wireless networks. As you can see for the most part people are connected to wireless from the moment they leave their home till they get to work and then back. Wireless communication definitely provides an advantage over wired networks due to its mobility allowing users to connect from virtually anywhere, however because of this convenience they are also more physically exposed compared to wired networks because of how the data is transmitted given attackers a high number of access points to constantly attack. This also brings around the concern because of a large number of wireless networks constantly being put up most everyone is not going to recognize the importance of securing your network and how easily their data can and probably is being stolen. Think about living in an apartment complex or in a neighborhood and doi... ... middle of paper ... ...Online.
Investor's Business Daily. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/1034455232?accountid=10818 Labuschagne, W. A., & Veerasamy, N. (2013). Dangers of social networking sites- the propagation of malware. Paper presented at the 173-XIII. Retrieved from: http://search.proquest.com/docview/1400694299?accountid=10818 Nahapetyan, M. (2012, November 10).