You’re alive, and reading Ansnei.com – news so I assume you’ve been to a coffee shop, hotel, restaurant, or store that offers free WiFi recently.
If you’re using free WiFi, you should always be sure you’re only using websites with an “https” secured connection. Setting up a WiFi sniffer on a public WiFi is easy and allows cybercriminals to collect any username and password information you type while you’re browsing unsecured sites.
Want to use free WiFi without being paranoid? Use a VPN (virtual private network) to secure your connection and block any malicious actors that could be middle-manning your free, unsecured WiFi network.
That wasn’t so bad, was it? Your cybersecurity awareness is through the roof right now. Try to remember the lessons you learned today, and teach your friends, parents, children…whoever will listen. Because this stuff is important!
Ansnei – Keeping You Safe !
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