I'm looking for some recommendations on Home WiFi Routers that emphasize security.
Specifically, Routers that support Password Lockouts (after a certain number of incorrect password attempts the router denies all login attempts for a set period of time) and routers that have a physical WiFi on/off switch to allow entirely hardwiring the network when required, removing the WiFi component entirely.
Also of concern are routers that are known to have easy firmware workarounds and 'backdoors', These are obviously out of the question.
The more extensive and precise the router's logging capabilities are is also important. This allows identification of unauthorized access.
Superior WiFi packet encryption built into the router is particularly useful, if available.
I'm in a densely populated urban area close to many hostels and universities. Consequently the local (and international) residents occasionally 'wardrive' the area and enjoy hacking unsecured hotspots.
If anyone can recommend home routers that meet some or all of the above requirements it would be very helpful!
Edited by Thelps, 20 June 2016 - 01:01 AM.