Can you remember when you had to search high and low to find public wi-fi? Now it is almost every where. Most stores have added it as incentive for shoppers. I know I find myself making purchases anywhere that I use it. Maybe it is guilt or I just feel like it is the right thing to do. Hackers are also happy about this.
Every time you see “information sent over this network might be visible to others” and you hit connect, you have just sent a hacker an open invitation. This is an invitation allows them to capture emails, passwords, unencrypted instant messages, and unsecured logins to popular websites. In addition, more than 50 percent of the most popular URLs in the world are websites you'll never know or access directly because they exist simply to track your behavior. Fortunately, Freedome ways exist to protect your online activity while you’re out-and-about with your laptop, tablet, and other Wi-Fi gadgets.
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