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Tip: Avoid phony 'Wi-Fi security' programs

10:30 AM, Jan. 22, 2013
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You've got tech questions, here are the answers. Kim Komando helps you make the most of your technology by answering your thorniest tech questions. So if you're wondering what to buy, how to plug it in, or how to fix it, Komando can help.Check your Wi-Fi's security

Q. I downloaded a program that said it would help me test my Wi-Fi's security. It said my Wi-Fi was unsecure and told me to download more software. Do you think this is legit?

A. I'm betting that it isn't. Plenty of viruses and other scam software masquerade as programs that help you test your computer's security. Once you download them, ...

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