WEP/WPA Passwords on Your Router Are Easy to Crack
Chances are that your router is using either a WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access) password or a WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) password. Unfortunetly, it’s pretty simple to crack a Wi-Fi network’s WPA password and a WEP password.
Both of these vulnerabilities exist for different reasons. In the case of WEP, it’s as simple as cracking the password with an automated encyrption program (and a lot of time), while in WPA, it’s more about a vulnerability in WPS (Wi-fi Protected Setup) on certain routers. This can be corrected by turning WPS off. If you can’t turn WPS off, you can install DD-WRT or Tomato so you can. DD-WRT should add a nice security layer to your home network.