As you can see, wireless broadband works by sending information over localized radio waves. That is to say, others within radio coverage can borrow your Internet connection, and this can be dangerous to your device. For instance, hackers can access to you private information and even use your internet connection to upload illegal materials.
So you will want to make sure that the administrative password on your wireless router is a secured one. In addition to this, it is also wise for you to operating WPA security encryption if you have a wireless router. You will want to upgrade your WEP encryption model if it is too old. As you can see, they are believed to be relatively easy to crack and are fewer users friendly. If possible, you also can hide the SSID of a wireless network for an extra layer of security, in this way, only people who know the name and the password can connect to your wireless network.