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High Power Wireless-N 600mW Gigabit Dual Band Range Extender

Extend the range of any Wi-Fi network (2.4 and/or 5.0GHz) by up to 10,000 sq ft*

  • Dual High Power 2.4GHz and 5.0GHz Amplifiers and Antennas boost Wi-Fi coverage through walls to eliminate dead spots
  • Extends Wi-Fi coverage throughout large homes, backyards and offices to use your iPad, smartphone or laptop freely
  • Ultra-fast, simultaneous dual band technology for interference-free HD streaming, web browsing and gaming
  • Gigabit wired ports and a powerful internal processor deliver ultra-fast wired connections
  • Includes a USB port for sharing files from a USB storage device

The High Power Wireless-N 600mW Gigabit Dual Band Range Extender expands the range of any 802.11a/b/g/n wireless network by repeating the signal (2.4GHz and 5.0GHz) from a wireless router and redistributing it in a new “extended” location. The SR20000G is equipped with advanced dual 2.4GHz 600mW amplifiers, 5.0GHz Amplifiers and 5dBi dual band high gain antennas to extend Wi-Fi coverage by up to 10,000 sq ft. The High Power Dual Band Range Extender features 5 gigabit ports that allow additional networking devices, such as PCs and network switches to be connected at blazing fast speeds. The High Power Dual Band Range Extender works with all brands of single band or dual band Wi-Fi routers and service provider gateways. Unleash your iPads, Android tablets, smartphones and e-readers with the most powerful, versatile, universal Wi-Fi range extender available.

Computer-Security

If you suspect malware is on your computer – Stop, Confirm, Scan

Malware, short for “malicious software,” includes viruses and spyware designed to steal personal information, send spam, and commit fraud. If you suspect malware is on your computer —

  • Stop shopping, banking, or any online activities that involve user names, passwords, or other sensitive information.
  • Confirm that your security software is working and up-to-date. At a minimum, your computer should have anti-virus and anti-spyware software, and a two-way firewall.
  • Once your security software is up-to-date, scan your computer for viruses and spyware, deleting or quarantining anything the program identifies as a problem.
  • If you suspect your computer is still infected, you may want to run a second anti-virus or anti-spyware program – or call in professional help.
  • Once your computer is back up and running, think about how malware could have been downloaded to your machine, and what you could do to avoid it in the future.

Visit http://onguardonline.gov/malware.html for more information.

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Get it out of the car

Don’t leave your laptop in the car – not on the seat, not in the trunk. Parked cars are a favorite target of laptop thieves; don’t help them by leaving your laptop unattended. If you must leave your laptop behind, keep it out of sight.

Don’t leave your laptop in a car.

Parked cars are a favorite target of laptop thieves. If you have no choice and you must leave it in your car, keep it locked up and out of sight.

Computer-Security

If you access the Internet from a shared computer, make sure you don’t leave anything behind

Being able to access the Internet from different locations — the library, a computer lab at school, an Internet cafe — is a great convenience, but it can also pose a security risk to personal information. If you do access the Internet from a shared computer, here are a few things you need to remember.

  1. Don’t check the “remember my password” box.
  2. When you’re done, make sure you log off completely by clicking the “log off” button before you walk away.
  3. If possible, clear the browser cache and history.
  4. Never leave the computer unattended while you’re logged in.
  5. Trash all documents you used, and empty the recycle bin.
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Lock it when you leave it

Never leave your computer logged in when you walk away, not even for a minute. Make it a habit to log off your workstation whenever you get up. Remember to always leave your Windows computer by pressing the keyboard shortcut combination of the Windows logo key and the letter “L” on a Microsoft natural keyboard. Get it? Leave Windows by pressing the Windows logo + L keys together to lock it up.