Wifi-Protected-Setup-router-featured.jpg By default, many routers have Wi-Fi protected setup (WPS) which can let you connect to your router without needing its SSID and password. However, WPS makes your router vulnerable to PIN-guessing attacks from hackers. As a result, you may want to turn off WPS in certain cases. Below, we’ll cover how to disable WPS as well as the benefits and drawbacks of keeping WPS active. How to Activate/Deactivate WPS There are two ways to manually enable and disable WPS. If your router allows you to deactivate WPS, you should be able to… Read more13771174.gif

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