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My neighor stealing my signal

I'm passing for my service and my neighbors are using
my signal for free. Help!
I need the security code.
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You need to encrypt your wireless signal. Here are some instructions for getting in to your router's control panel.

Once you manage to log in, find the firewall region or wireless security region. Make sure to encrypt your wireless connection with the WPA-PSK authentication method using the TKIP encryption. Make sure to write down your pass-phrase, as you will need it to connect to your wireless connection.

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