Some apps can pretend that they are shutting down but in fact they stay active in the background and continue sending data, wasting battery or even showing your status as “online”. That is why you may want to manually stop some processes or services on your Android device. Continue reading
Nowadays almost in all apartments there is at least one wireless router or modem. You need a router if you have at least one laptop to be able to connect to the Internet without using a wire (patch-cord). You also need one if you own a modern phone like iPhone or Android-based device to use your home ISP and not to waste your mobile data in vain. How many networks does your laptop or smartphone detect when you are at home? In most cases you can see at least three Wi-Fi names belonging to your nearest neighbors except the SSID of your own router.
So what about security? Many people believe that setting up a strong wireless security key for Wi-Fi access means a total security for the router in whole. It’s a big fallacy. Even if your “WiFi password” is hard-to-guess, someone can exploit a vulnerability in your current security mode or features like WPS to gain access to the wireless network, then – to settings page of your router and few minutes later – to your PC, files, e-mails, credit cards credentials and banking account. In this article read our tips about how to secure your wireless router, access point or wireless modem and prevent hackers from accessing your devices and stealing your data. Continue reading
When TCP/IP reset is needed
The procedure of resetting the TCP/IP often helps to fix problems with network that occured due to:
- malware activity;
- incorrect operation of legal software;
- installation of non-native network drivers;
- system failures of operating system.