Network Security Key

A network security key, also known as a Wi-Fi password or passphrase, is a sequence of characters used to secure a wireless network and prevent unauthorized access. It serves as a form of authentication for devices trying to connect to the network. The network security key can be set by the network administrator or the person responsible for the wireless network. It is important to use a strong and unique network security key to ensure the security of the network and protect against potential intruders.

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