WiFi hacker using laptop
Any time you use a public Wi-Fi hot spot, you risk having your internet communications intercepted by a hacker. When you're traveling and your brain is focused on R&R or business meetings, that vulnerability can increase, especially in unfamiliar locales.
holiday scammers
AARP Fraud Watch Network  warns holiday shoppers of Wi-Fi network risks
Connect on the airport on Christmas
Si quieres que el wifi de tu casa sea súper rápido, quizá deberías apagar las luces navideñas.
Four Ways to Watch Your Wi-Fi
Although some 84 percent of American adults who use the Internet access it on a daily basis, new AARP research finds that many continue to engage in risky online behaviors — especially at free Wi-Fi hot spots that are potential hotbeds for computer hacking.
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