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Internet is expansive and slow..is there easy way to get free Internet/wifi at home
If its expensive and you have a decent neighbor or two who has wifi internet service you could let your wifi search for networks and find one or two that indicate a strong signal and ask your neighbor if they would provide the passcode to you and share their connection for half of what they are paying, or offer to cut their grass or something ! Good luck
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
your collage will have a firewall to stop malitios activty and acsess all you need to do i go see the it guys at your collage and thay will put the your ip into there alowance list hope i helped
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
SOURCE: using free wifi spots
If your laptop has wifi enabled, and you go to a place where there is a hotspot, you right-click on the little wireless icon in the system tray and choose "view available wireless networks." If one shows up and you can identify it, choose it and then click "connect."
But--beware--if you can't identify the network as being in the store/coffee house,etc where you are sitting, don't try to connect to it. This is an open invitation for identity thieves and other bad guys to get access to your computer.
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
need to make sure wi fi is on and scroll to internet connnettions in you controll panel and check to see if your in iternet connections for lan settings has a check on the top of the page atomactically detect settings is checked then it should work
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
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When you are home, you should hopefully have a secure wireless connection. When you are not home you willl need to change the access point so you can connect to a free wi-fi connection.
When you want to connect to a free wi-fi connection, do this:
Click Start, Settings, and choose Network Connections. Look at the possibilities for connection assuming your PC is within range and the wireless card picks up the signal. Choose from one of the connections - choose the fastest and best one you can find. NOTE that these connections are usually NOT secure and you should not share personal information or do any banking, credit card purchasing, etc on an unsecure connection. Chatting is ok, but still exercise caution....there are lots of bad guys out there who would love to meet you and steal your identity, banking information...or worse. Better safe than sorry.
When you get back home, you will have to change the connection type back again to your home network so you can re-connect there.
Posted on Mar 03, 2010
SOURCE: i want hack free
There is no such thing for a home network... as soon as you broadcast out in the open air you are vulnerable... WEP encryption?? hacked (a matter of minuts) WPA (a matter of hours) WPA2 (a matter of days)... as for passwords??? the best password is composed of a long invented (not in the dictionary) word with characters, caps and small caps and numbers example: xaDertHryuBef$fO#Vis@38y40 now that is a good password (just try to remember it ha!) a good sniffer will show the SSID in minuts, search for the encryption key (8000 words a minut) and even if you filter with MAC address it will perform a MAC replication, NET WHISKER, NMAP, WIRER SHARK are some of the 1000 tools to hack networks... I'm a CWNA (Certified Wireless Network Administrator) and believe me if you want a COMPLETELY HACKER FREE WIFI it cost a lot of money and you need a 24/7 supervising... tell me how much you want to invest and I will tell you what to do to get the best buy for the buck...
Posted on Apr 08, 2011
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