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How to Protect Your Wi-Fi Hotspot with Password?

Introduction

Free WiFi Hotspot has the ability to customize your SSID which stands for Service Set Identification. Now, you can name your hotspot whatever you want and add a password using WPA2 for protection to keep freeloaders out.

Protect Wi-Fi Hotspot with Password

Before creating a Wi-Fi hotspot, you should provide a name (SSID) for it.

SSID is actually the name used to connect to your wireless network. All devices in the network must use this case-sensitive name to communicate over Wi-Fi. You can enter a name under "Hotspot Name" or simply use the default one - "WiFiHotspot".

Before you enable the hotspot you create, you should provide a minimum 8-digit password for it.

The password is paramount with built-in WPA2 encryption in order to prevent unauthorized network access.

WPA stands for "Wi-Fi Protected Access" which is a security protocol designed to create secure wireless (Wi-Fi) networks. It handles security keys and the way users are authorized.

Protect Wi-Fi Hotspot with Password


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