Did Santa bring you a new Kindle Fire, iPad Mini, or Microsoft Surface for Christmas? If so, probably one of the first things you wanted to do was connect to your home wireless network. To connect, you'll be asked for a "key", which is a code that lets you in (and keeps others out). The common dilemma is that users have set up a wireless network a LONG time ago, recorded the key, and stored it in a "safe place", only to be stumped when you look for it again. The problem is that after you program the key into your laptop or other portable devices, your system "remembers" it, so you end up forgetting.
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Tags: Security, Encryption, Wireless Network, Key