While logged in to your home office router, you notice an unusually high number of devices connected to your network. You only have three devices that need to be connected, but upon closer inspection, you notice a total of six devices connected. You suspect that your neighbor has somehow figured out the password to your router. This is a new router, and you just plugged it in and began using it just yesterday. What important security step did you forget to complete when setting up the new home router?
Change default usernames and passwords.
Change the public IP address.
Download the new firmware.
Lock your router in a secured location.
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