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How to secure your old WiFi.

Video: How to find your old routers admin page. How to disable old Wi-Fi: From a PC connect to the old Wi-Fi Log into the old Wi-Fi router Find the old Wi-Fi router’s admin login First look under the router it should be listed on the sticker. It’s usually one of the following: 192.168.0.1, 192.168.1.1 Put this number in your browser: http://192.168.0.1 OR http://192.168.1.1 You will now be at the old Wi-Fi router admin page – skip down to How…

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Firefox Browser Tip

  We like the Firefox browser the most at Kibosh because it’s the only popular browser that 1) offers built in tracking protection, 2) does not operate for profit, and 3) does not collect, and save user data (unlike Chrome). In regards to #1 – FF tracking Protection has always blocked advertising, analytics, and social sharing. FF (v63) adds protection from web fingerprinting technologies and also web mining scripts. And, each f those can be set to “always”, “only in…

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Can I set a daily time allotment?

  Question: Can I allot let’s say 3 hours of Internet access time for a device in a 24 hour period, and when that time is used up have Internet access shut off? Answer: Not at this time because it’s technically impossible to do correctly. We could offer the feature, but it wouldn’t work right, like it doesn’t for anyone else offering it. The reason: Let’s say you want to allot five hours of Internet access time to an iPad…

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How to remove Kibosh Filter.

  What to do if you need to remove Kibosh Filter from your Internet. You own a Kibosh Router / 360 / Cloud: Log in at Kibosh Filter, and cancel your subscription. To remove Kibosh replace the router’s KRMU firmware with a standard router O/S. To do this: Log into the Kibosh device at http://192.168.10.1 Default password is ‘password’ Go to System > Update Firmware and update using the appropriate build (click to download): N600 (two antenna) 1043ND (three antenna)…

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How to troubleshoot Internet issues with ping.

  If you suddenly lose Internet, or if your Internet is not working right you can use ping to quickly, and easily see exactly what the issue is. How to troubleshoot Internet issues with ping. Ping is a wonderful, free, tool that you can use to easily troubleshoot various Internet related issues. Ping operates by sending Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) echo request packets to the target host and waiting for an ICMP echo reply. It measures the round-trip time…

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How to put time limits on apps.

    How to put a time limit on apps / websites: Log into your MyFilter Dashboard Go to Web Filter > Timed Filters Set your Timezone Enter Website to Block Set the repeat Schedule Set your time frame Add Save Filters NOTE: Timed Filters to not work on YouTube – go to Web Filter > Options to enable YouTube SafeMode which is very effective at blocking objectionable content.

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Windows 10

  How to protect Windows 10 with Kibosh Internet Security. 1. Right click the Start menu and select Network Connections.   2. On the left-hand side click Ethernet, in Ethernet click Change adapter options. 3. Right click the network connection you’re using and select Properties.   4. Highlight ‘Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)’ and click Properties.   5. Select Use the following DNS server addresses and type Kibosh Open Nameservers in the Preferred DNS server and Alternate DNS server fields.   6. Click…

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NetGear General Web Interface

  Type the router’s setup URL (http://192.168.0.1) into a web browser address bar. http://192.168.0.1 is the default Netgear router IP address. (http://192.168.1.1 will work for some Netgear models.) 2. Enter the password. 3. Type in Kibosh Nameserver addresses in Primary DNS and Secondary DNS fields. If you do not see the following screen, click on Basic Settings. If the options are not present and your device is supplied by your Internet provider, the ability to set custom DNS servers may have been disabled.   Please write…

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How to change SSID.

  The default Kibosh WiFi SSID is ‘krn600‘, and the default password to join is ‘abcd0001‘. You can change these settings if you want to. You must be connected to your Kibosh appliance either via WiFi or Ethernet cable. Open your browser to http://192.168.10.1 and login using the password ‘password‘ Go to Connection > Basic Look for the Wireless section (see image below) Change the SSID to whatever you want This is the name of the WiFi network all devices…

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