Are there things I can do to protect myself from these hackers?
Here are 8 ways you can protect yourself from hackers: use a VPN service, regularly update your operating system, avoid using public Wi-Fi, have strong and unique passwords for all your accounts and many more read more...
Bad news for all fans of free Internet – WPA2 security protocol used by your Wi-Fi router and connected devices could be easily hacked. WPA2 security protocol is used by 90% of all Wi-Fi devices worldwide. read more...comments: 0
Security experts warn that many free Wi-Fi hotspots might actually be run by hackers to steal your personal information, passwords, credit card details and browser history. Those dangerous free Wi-Fi hotspots are usually placed near world’s top tourist destinations. Expert recommends avoiding Wi-Fi hotspots with term FREE within the hotspot’s name. Besides, it's highly recommended using a VPN to encrypt your connection and stay safe while using free Wi-Fi hotsports. read more...comments: 0
Public Wi-Fi networks: hotels, coffee shops, restaurants, airport and etc. —are not as safe as you think. Even if they have a password, you are sharing a network with tens of other people. It means your data is at risk. It’s very easy for someone who wants to steal your data to set up a network called "Free Wi-Fi" to make you think it’s a legitimate source. read more...comments: 0