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A business has a wireless router with a password.  If the password is given to the customers to connect with phone/laptops, will it compromise the business computers information?
Will they be able to see any information on the business computers?
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Very much yes!!! don't do that!

Only if you've configured a SECURE guest SSID/VLAN then you may do so.

DO NOT give outsiders access to your internal corporate network. That's just asking for trouble.
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THANKS!!!
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