WiFi network are really everywhere now! When connecting to a WiFi network for the first time, you need to enter the security key in order to be able to use it and gain access to the internet. This security key is aiming to protect the wireless network from unauthorized access.
However, once the right key is entered, connecting to the same WiFi network the next time won't require the password. And sometimes you may need to update the WiFi network security key to connect to the network. Taking these into consideration, this article lists 2 easy ways for you to update/change the security key for a specific WiFi network in Windows 8.1 and 8.
Follow 3 simple steps below; you can easily update/change the security key for WiFi network in Windows 8.1/8.
Now your security key for WiFi network has been updated/changed successfully.
Alternatively, you can also update/change the security key for WiFi network in Windows 8.1/8 by using command prompt.
Following methods above, updating the security key for WiFi network in Windows 8.1/8 is really easy. Moreover, you can use some useful tools such as Wi-Fi Password Recovery to detect whether your wireless network is secure enough.comments powered by Disqus