Monthly Archive: September 2019

FTC Says Hotel WiFi is Dangerous

Recently, the FTC posted an article on their website stating that hotel WiFi is dangerous and that users should not assume that just because they pay for Internet access that their connection is secure.

We couldn’t agree more. In fact, I have been stating this fact since we launched PRIVATE WiFi nearly five years ago.  This is an important topic because hotel traveler’s rank WiFi access at hotels as the number one amenity that they look for when booking hotel rooms.

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An (Updated) Hacker’s Toolkit

There are many tools available that hackers can use to access your private communication in wifi hotspots. This article discusses some of the most well-known wifi hacking tools and resources for preventing hack attacks.

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How WiFi Hotspot Hacks Occur

Many of us assume that using a WiFi network at a hotel or airport is the same as logging into our network at home or at the office. But the risks of using WiFi networks at a hotel or airport are exponentially greater than those experienced at home or at work. This white paper outlines some of the risks and steps you can take to help protect yourself against them.