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109 pages

Take Control of Your Wi-Fi Security

Creator: Glenn Fleishman, Adam C. Engst | Computers - 2007

The book is a marvel of excellent technical writing for a general audience." --Barry Campbell on Blogcritics.org Read this book to learn the answers to questions like: Should I worry about someone eavesdropping on my home wireless network?

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Learn how to keep intruders out of your wireless network and protect your sensitive communications! It's ten o'clock--do you know who's using your wireless network? If you haven't changed the default network name or admin password someone could be eavesdropping on your email, plucking your passwords out of the air, or sending spam through your Internet connection right now! When you're using a wireless network--whether a Macintosh with AirPort gear or Windows with any Wi-Fi equipment--you're exposed to risk unless you take steps. Wireless networking experts Glenn Fleishman and Adam Engst have spent years researching and covering wireless security issues on Glenn's Wi-Fi Networking News blog and in two editions of The Wireless Networking Starter Kit. Now they've distilled that experience into this essential guide for anyone using a computer with wireless networks, whether at home, at work, or on the road. You'll learn how to evaluate your real security risks; the best way to restrict access to your network using WPA and WPS; how to secure your data in transit with PGP, SSL, SSH, and VPNs; and how to protect your computers from viruses and attacks. The book provides extra advice on how to secure small-office wireless network, including details on choosing VPN hardware and software and on setting up 802.1X for secure Wi-Fi logins. "The authors, two guys with enormous geek credibility, take the confusing tangle of Wi-Fi security issues and break it down for you in plain language. The book is a marvel of excellent technical writing for a general audience." --Barry Campbell on Blogcritics.org Read this book to learn the answers to questions like: Should I worry about someone eavesdropping on my home wireless network? What three security measures should I take immediately to lock down my wireless gateway? What common security measures aren't worthwhile? Why is WEP not worth bothering with, and what should I use instead? How do I set up guest networking on the 2009 dual-band AirPort Extreme and Time Capsule models? How do I set up WPS on Apple and non-Apple gear? What does it mean if I see green shading in my browser's URL field? Do I need a VPN to protect my sensitive work communications? What is sidejacking, and what should I do about it? Can I control access to my wireless network by user name and password? What software can I use for secure email and file transfer? How does public-key encryption work? Our office has only 15 people--can we afford the best Wi-Fi security?


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1915

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    CE (Western Digital)

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    Western Digital

    Extremely flimsy usb3 connector design - BUYER BEWARE

    This applies to the My Book USB3 2TB drive.First the good stuff -It is a nice fast drive. HDTune showed and average speed around 90-100MB/s when connected to a USB3 port on my Lenovo W510 laptop. That is why I bought the thing, and it works well. I had NO trouble accessing the drive (but then I reformatted it completely and did not see any issues with the CD partition etc..).Note: I needed to update the USB3 drivers on my W510 to get it to be recognized consistently by Windows 7. That is likely an issue with the Win7 NEC USB3 drivers preinstalled on my Lenovo, and nothing to do with the WD drive.Now the awful part:After about 4 months of usage, the USB3 female connector in the cabinet came loose - and was stuck to the USB3 cable when I removed it!I have owned close to ten different WD external USB drives from ~320GB and up to 2TB drives. I have *never* had any such issue with any previous drive (my only real gripe has been... 1/5 INGE STUBDAL "Inge" (Oslo, - Norway) - See all my reviews This review is from: WD My Book 2TB External Hard Drive Storage USB 3.0 File Backup and Storage (Personal Computers) This applies to the My Book USB3 2TB drive.First the good stuff -It is a nice fast drive. HDTune showed and average speed around 90-100MB/s when connected to a USB3 port on my Lenovo W510 laptop. That is why I bought the thing, and it works well. I had NO trouble accessing the drive (but then I reformatted it completely and did not see any issues with the CD partition etc..).Note: I needed to update the USB3 drivers on my W510 to get it to be recognized consistently by Windows 7. That is likely an issue with the Win7 NEC USB3 drivers preinstalled on my Lenovo, and nothing to do with the WD drive.Now the awful part:After about 4 months of usage, the USB3 female connector in the cabinet came loose - and was stuck to the USB3 cable when I removed it!I have owned close to ten different WD external USB drives from ~320GB and up to 2TB drives. I have *never* had any such issue with any previous drive (my only real gripe has been... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , June 21, 2011

    How to set up your WD My Book Essential 3TB 3.0 USB drive

    I have six of these drives. I have had no serious problems to date, the oldest I've owned for about four months now. I will return to edit this review should a drive fail in the future.UPDATE: I wrote the above in October 2011. Writing now in October 2012, I now have eight of these drives. No problems to date.SECOND UPDATE: Writing now in November 2013. I have nine of these drives at this point. No problems to date.THIRD UPDATE: Writing now in October 2014. Same nine drives. Still no problems to report.Here is my recommendation for how to set up the drive, out of the box. I've done this a bunch of times now, so I'm getting routine at it, and thought I'd write it out for others.Some caveats, for what it might be worth:--I am running Windows 7 64-bit.--I use both 3.0 and 2.0 connectivity, depending on the computer I hook these up to.--I have no use for the included backup software, so I can't speak to that. If... 4/5 Scott Saccenti (Colora, MD USA) - See all my reviews, October 12, 2011

    A little pricey if you just need the space, but...

    There are 2TB drives out there for less money and if all you need is a huge space, you might consider one of those. The value added in this package is the backup software that is bundled with the drive (actually, delivered right on the drive).WD Smartware is a backup/restore suite that, once installed, boots with your machine. If the MyBook is attached via your USB port, it will constantly monitor activity and make backups accordingly in the background in near real time without any action on your part. It also maintains multiple generations of files (you choose how many), so you can go back to, say, three versions ago if you need to recover a spreadsheet or other data file.You can also use it on multiple computers. Backups are stored under folders with the same name as the PC they're created on.I tested on a Win XP Pro laptop and a Win7 laptop and detected no system slowdowns at all. Every now and then the activity light on the drive would... 4/5 Jeffrey Pittman "Jeff" (Durham, NC USA) - See all my reviews, November 2, 2010
    List Price: $169.99
    Automatic, continuous backup or file backup option
    Password protection and hardware encryption
    Up to 4 TB capacity
    Dual USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 compatibility
    2-year limited warranty


  • Western Digital

    WD My Book Studio 3 TB FireWire 800 External Hard Drive

    CE (Western Digital)
    List Price: $179.99

    WD SmartWare automatic, continuous backup software
    Compatible with Apple Time Machine
    Password protection with hardware-based encryption
    Cool-to-the-touch aluminum enclosure complements your Mac
    Pure performance for Mac with FireWire 800, Fire Wire Cable Included (4 Feet Length)


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    MegaPlus Replacement 12V 1.5A 18W AC Adapter Charger For Western Digital My Book Essential Model Numbers: WDBACW0040HBK(4TB), WDBACW0030HBK(3TB), WDBACW0020HBK(2TB), WDBACW0015HBK(1.5TB), WDBACW0010HBK(1TB). 100% Compatible With: DA-24B12 AC, ADS-24P-12-2 1224G, ADS-24S-12 1224GPCU, WA-24C12U, S018BU1200150, WA-24E12, WA-18G12U, WA-24C12U APD, DA-36G12, WDPS037RNN, WDPS038RNN.

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    DC Output Voltage: 12V 1.5A 18W
    Full One Year Warranty
    AC Input Voltage: 100 ~ 240V 50 ~ 60Hz
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    Western Digital My Book for Mac 2 TB USB 2.0 Desktop External Hard Drive

    CE (Western Digital)
    List Price: $179.99

    Formatted for Mac HFS+
    Compatible with Apple Time Machine
    Instant storage for your Mac
    Backing up photos, music, video, or any files


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