Secure Your Wireless Network: Understanding the threats and how to protect your network against them
A brief tip describing the difference between the commonly used wireless networking protocols.
A short tip explaining the hardware components used in creating a wireless network.
A short tip describing the basic components and technology required for wireless networking.
A free course via email to teach you the basics of wireless networking and, more importantly, wireless network security.
Freeware tools and utilities you can use to secure and protect your wireless network or device and test out your security.
An article from WindowSecurity.com by Robert Shimonski on wireless network attacks. In general, attacks on wireless networks fall into four basic categories: passive attacks, active attacks, man-in-the middle attacks, and jamming attacks. This paper examines what these attacks mean on a wireless network.
An article on how to configure the various security features of wireless access points and routers to ensure that neighbors and hackers can't easily access your home wireless network.
With sensitive and confidential data being beamed through the air everywhere we go these days, it is important to learn how to secure your wireless connection to ensure it stays private.
How Secure Is Your Wireless Network? (Safeguarding Your Wi-Fi LAN) from Lee Barken is a great book on the hot topic of wireless network security.
Q & A article from About.com Guide for Wireless / Networking, Bradley Mitchell
Hack Proofing Your Wireless Network provides information on everything you need to know to secure and protect your wireless network. An excellent book and a valuable reference.
Article on the difference between 40-bit and 128-bit encryption for your wireless network from Bradley Mitchell, About.com Guide for Wireless / Networking.
Jahanzeb Khan and Anis Khwaja provide a wealth of knowledge to help any home user or system administrator implement and secure a wireless network.
An article from Matthew Gast, author of 802.11 Wireless Networks: The Definitive Guide. He lists seven biggest problems with trying to secure a wireless network.
A site with information on proactive steps to take to secure your wireless network.