Beware of “Free” Wi-Fi

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As we all travel this summer season, a warning on connecting to any “free” Wi-Fi that your cell phone can connect to.  I was cautioned about this growing threat to capture your personal data for the benefit of criminals.

Check the link below for a great TV report by NBC News (only 2 minutes long): Security experts warn that cyber criminals are setting up fake WiFi hotspots, luring consumers to hand over the keys to their computers. And travelers are falling for this at an alarming rate. Be Aware!

At the end of the piece, they give you actions to take to protect yourself.  Click on FREE Wi-Fi below.

 

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