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Securing your Linksys WRT54G by Rick Wanner on 23/12/05

Current implementations of the 802.11b and 802.11g wireless LAN standards have several potential pitfalls for security. However, built in security mechanisms in these protocols can be used to mitigate most security risks for SOHO users.

Out of the box, the Linksys Wireless Router default configuration is insecure. However functionality built into the product can be used to greatly enhance the security of this device. This paper examines how to configure the Linksys Wireless Router, WRT54G, in a manner which will maximize the security of your Wireless LAN.

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