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Child can go onto the internet without supervision

I put a password protect on his PSP to block my child from going onto the internet without my supervision. It only took him 5 minutes to unlock it. He just went to settings and then retored the default settings and it unlocked and took away my password protection. I tried several ways to put in a password that he couldn't erase with the command to restore the default settings. He was able to erase the password every time.

How do I keep this from happening?

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You need to set up a password on the wireless router then you can keep people out of your network.

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