Friday, July 01, 2016

How to protect your data in hotels, airports and other public spaces when traveling - The Washington Post

Check the full article for a list of do's and don'ts

"Although it may be convenient to use free, public, unsecured WiFi — such as those found in some hotels, airports and coffee shops — is the least secure. Criminals have been using them to easily steal your information, potentially hijacking your device and possibly your life through these unprotected networks.

And these criminals are employing hard-to-notice tactics, such as sniffers and official-looking network names, to accomplish all of this."
How to protect your data in hotels, airports and other public spaces when traveling - The Washington Post
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