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  1. When we talk about network security, security risks associated with routers is a major concern among users. A router, whether it’s wired or wireless, is an integral part of any home or business network. However, wireless routers or Wi-Fi routers are considered to be less secure than wired ones, but that doesn’t necessarily mean you should avoid wireless networks. In fact, wireless networks have many advantages over wired networks. If your wireless router is configured correctly, it can be virtually as secure as a wired setup. Read More: http://www.superantispyware.com/blog/2013/05/why-wireless-routergateway-security-is-so-important-as-part-of-your-security-system/
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