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Try setting a higher channel, and if that doesn’t work, try different channels.
It’s very possible that there are enough networks in your immediate area on the same channel that they’re conflicting with each other, thus the router keeps dropping internet.
The most common causes for a wireless connection drop are your wireless router and network card.
For example, while you’re away from the computer, or if the screensaver kicks in, or if you don’t use the internet for a while?
But if you are interested in learning more — either before or after you test your own DNS servers — Leo Laporte and I describe the entire scenario in detail during our 103-minute “Security Now! Since it is a standard mp3 audio file, you can freely and easily listen to any or all of it, or read the corresponding textual transcripts: Additionally, the “How This Works” page of these DNS spoofability pages, contains additional details about the exact nature of the DNS spoofability problem. index web page to peruse all previous and subsequent podcasts. Performing our DNS Nameserver Spoofability test is as simple as pressing a single button (located near the bottom of this page).
However, you should be aware of a few things — such as the test's running time, the fact that your Internet router might crash, and that there are variations of the test available.
So PLEASE take another few moments to read and consider the following points before you proceed to click the button near the bottom of the page: Once you have read and considered all of the foregoing, the button below willinitiate a comprehensive analysis of your currently configured DNS resolvingnameservers to determine their susceptibility to Kaminsky-style spoofing: Gibson Research Corporation is owned and operated by Steve Gibson.
He had been explaining and demonstrating the problem he had discovered and working with them to get their servers ready to be updated. Dan's plan was to keep the whole problem a secret until all DNS server vendors had updated their code and were ready to deploy their new versions onto the Internet together. The “DNS” or “Domain Name system” converts easy-to-remember, mostly alphabetic “brand name” URL domain names such as GRC. But imagine if that dictionary lookup process, of converting names to numbers, were deliberately corrupted.Near the middle of 2008, the world was informed of the existence of a recently discovered, previously unknown and very serious vulnerability that was present within the majority of the Internet's domain name system (DNS) servers.The vulnerability was considered critical because, if exploited, it could be used to redirect unsuspecting Internet users to malicious web sites without detection. and it is the “less” that is the reason for these pages, and for our development of the comprehensive DNS test you are about to run: There are approximately 11,900,000 DNS nameservers inthe world, on the Internet.Spin Rite, Shields UP, Nano Probe, and any other indicated trademarks are registered trademarks of Gibson Research Corporation, Laguna Hills, CA, USA. To sustain this free service, we receive affiliate commissions via some of our links. We’re going to teach you some troubleshooting tips, in order of helpfulness, that should get your wireless connection back up and running because we all know how annoying it can be if your internet keeps dropping.
If you have system specific utilities, such as Dell’s Quickset, make sure that the wireless power management isn’t set to shut off the card if your computer is idle for a certain period of time.