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Massive WiFi Vulnerability Exposed

TweetWe’ve all been warned against using public WiFi for sensitive communications like banking transactions.  You never know who is on the same network eavesdropping on your traffic.  This is just common sense. However…  On your own personal WiFi network you feel pretty secure, right? Maybe not so much.  For years I’ve told my clients to Continue Reading

WiFi Design Considerations

TweetWiFi is a Blessing Or a Curse Sometimes Both I originally published this blog back in 2003.  I recently updated it because I am finding more people running into WiFi consistency or coverage issues.  With the proliferation of Smartphones and tablets – and Smart TVs, nearly everyone is dependent on WiFi on a 24/7 basis Continue Reading

Need a New Printer? Go Laser And Save

TweetSo your old printer has given up the ghost… When it’s time for a new printer, most people think of inkjets as being the cheapest, and therefore the best deal. As I like to say: “Sometimes yes and sometimes not-so-yes.“ Here are the actual facts. While inkjet printers are, in fact, far less expensive than Continue Reading

GalaxyS5 Constantly Disconnecting – Reconnecting WiFi

TweetDoes your Samsung #GalaxyS5 constantly notify you that it’s reconnecting to your #WiFi? Well, so did both of ours and it’s a fairly recent problem, most likely caused by some infernal #Android update that’s not ready for prime time. Are you listening, #Google? Here’s the #DIY? fix: Go to Settings > Network Connections > WiFi Continue Reading

When Your Router Quits…

TweetWhen Your Router Quits… Nothing lasts forever, but some brands / models of equipment are simply better than the rest. For some time we had a Trend router in our home for WiFi + DHCP on our home network of 3 or 4 computers and 3 network printers.  As of late, we had been dropping Continue Reading

Are You Safe in Your Own Home?

TweetAre You Safe in Your Own Home? Maybe not. In fact, Probably Not – if you installed your own wireless router, that is.  Or even if you had someone else install your wireless router, you could still be at risk.  Just today there was a news story of a man who was sitting in his Continue Reading