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I second that, Moscool.

Most people shouldn't bother trying to secure their network these days. Securing access to a network is essential for a business with employees who may unknowingly breach security by installing trojans or turning off security updates. To me it's not worth buying a $150 wireless router vs. a $20 one that works just as well but has crappy security.

Instead, secure your computers and your communications. Home wireless protection is still a baby. Email encryption, firewalls such as Mac OS X's built-in firewall, encrypted filesystems such as Filevault, and encrypted web sessions are more established and easy-to-use security tools and should be enough for most people.
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