We have changed our Wireless Extender test process to accomodate AC products and move it to a quieter wireless environment.
Wireless travel routers require their own test method because of their unique capabilities and limitations.
This article describes our test process for Wireless Extenders.
We have a new standardized method for testing wireless adapters and bridges.
Updated - Our new wireless test method provides a more controlled test environment with automated testing for more comprehensive results.
We have updated our tutorial on how to crack WPA / WPA2 with even more powerful and easier to use passphrase recovery tools.
We've also added tips for creating easy-to-remember but essentially uncrackable passphrases.
If you'd like to benchmark your router accurately, here's a simple way to do it.
Taking a social approach to fixing wireless problems can reap unexpected benefits.
Updated - With the growing number of three stream N products, we're streamlining our wireless test methodology.
This time, we take a look at an easier way to extend a wireless network, with devices that don't use WDS.
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