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When you connect to a Wi-Fi network on Windows 10, you usually use a passphrase or password that allows you to access the network. A security model is also used to ensure secure communication.
Once you are logged in, you usually don’t have to worry about the security of the connection. It is important to know the type of security to determine if your device uses a secure connection. It can also help you troubleshoot problems if you cannot connect after the network security type has changed.
In this guide, you’ll learn three ways to quickly determine the type of security for your Wi-Fi connection in Windows 10.
Check the security type of the WiFi network in the Settings application.
Open the Settings application and go to the Network and Internet Settings group. Select the WiFi tab and click on the network you are connected to (there will only be one network).
Go to the end of the next screen and search for “Security Type”.
Check the security type using the WiFi network settings
This is one of the simplest methods.
- Click on the network icon in the taskbar. Then click on the properties of the connection you are connected to.
- Scroll down the network settings and search for properties.
- In the Properties section, look for the type Security.
- The type of security mentioned here is the method your Wi-Fi sending device uses to provide wireless connections.
If you find that the type of security you are using is not the safest, you may or may not do something about it. If it is a work/office network, you will need to discuss with the system administrator how to improve the security of the network. If this is your home network and you know how to change the configuration of a router, you can change the type of security you use yourself. If the router was provided by your Internet service provider and you cannot change the settings, you must get your own router or ask your Internet service provider to change the security type.
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