5 common Wi-Fi attacks – and how to defend against them

You’re probably aware that hackers can try to crack your Wi-Fi passwords in order to gain access to your network. So, you’re already using strong passwords.

But that doesn’t mean your Wi-Fi security worries are over. A determined hacker who wants to get in or wreak havoc can utilize other vulnerabilities, such as social engineering, internal snooping or hijacking, rogue access points, and signal jamming.

So, in addition to using strong passwords, you need to prepare your network for these types of attacks. Here are some common vulnerabilities and how to protect against them.

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