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Free of charge Wi-fi internet access makes it hard for many people, but it is the most important aspect.
The Portland, Oregon office of the FBI earlier this month to put an advisory on travel scams and there is free Wi-Fi internet access included, at the top of their list of concerns, citing a recommendation from the COMMISSION.
The key takeaway is that there will never be that free of charge Wi-Fi internet access in airports, coffee shops, restaurants, bars, hotels and other public places are safe and secure.
The uncomfortable truth is that the internet as a medium for the simple exchange of information, so that privacy and security are often in a vulnerable position. And hackers love public wi-fi hotspots, as it is a relatively easy way to intercept and steal your personal information.
If you need to make use of a public Wi-Fi internet access included, try to avoid opening a bank account, do online shopping that requires a credit card to make purchases and, in general, the transmission of sensitive personal information.
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You should be smart about using public Wi-Fi internet access while on the go.
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Also, do not log on to a web site or a user account. Log out when you’re done with it. And don’t use the same password for different sites. If a hacker gets into one account, which could give them access to multiple accounts with the same password, in accordance with the COMMISSION’s advice.
Even better, use a public Wi-Fi as a whole, and of connecting to the Internet via your service provider’s 4G/LTE connectivity and in the coming years, 5G).
Although the ” 4G “may be in jeopardy…it’s a lot harder to crack than a public Wi-Fi connection, which allows attackers especially, have their sights set on,” according to a Symantec advisory, titled “How safe is it to surf on the 4G us. Wi-fi is?”
In short, it is the most safe and secure way to connect to a virtual private network (VPN) technology, which is, in essence, it creates its own connection where your traffic is being routed through an encrypted “tunnel.” This means that no one is able to see that your web traffic. “A vpn or virtual private network…it should be a must-have for people who are concerned about their online security and privacy,” according to Symantec.
There are plenty of VPN services to choose from, but be careful, because some of them are not to be trusted.
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The majority of people do not know what is a safe and secure connection
A sizeable 60 per cent feel that their personal information is secure when using a public Wi-Fi, yet 53 per cent can’t tell the difference between a secure or unsecured public wi-Fi network, according to the Norton-in Wi-Fi, a Risk Report will be done in 2017.
And, 87 percent of consumers will have their information on the risks associated with the use of a public Wi-Fi internet access included,” according to Symantec.
As much as 75 per cent of the consumers do not make use of a vpn or Virtual Private Network, to ensure the security of their Wi-fi internet connection, Symantec said.