This is the second in a two-part series on the issues of personal online privacy. In Part 2, CEO Kent Lawson discusses the ethics behind Firesheep, a controversial download developed by Seattle-based programmer Eric Butler.
The Private WiFi Blog Blog
You probably know by now that transmitting sensitive information while using a WiFi hotspot is dangerous. But now there’s another attack to worry about. A new Firefox extension called Firesheep makes hijacking WiFi hotspot sessions so simple anyone can do it.
This is the first in a two-part series on the issues of personal privacy on the web. In Part 1, CEO Kent Lawson commends the Wall Street Journal for being a “good guy” — a solid media outlet committed to investigating the ways that businesses use our personal information, sometimes in shocking ways.
This installment of the twice-monthly Social Media Privacy Report looks at how your internet security and privacy may be at stake and Google as Facebook try to best each other’s technologies.
In less than six months, Dave Crouse went from living a secure middle class existence to facing financial ruin – and it happened because of online identity fraud.
Kent Lawson, Founder and CEO of Private WiFi, talks about what inspired him to start the company. This is the first in a series of weekly CEO blog posts on this and other topics.
In an attempt to help secure the world from hackers while using a public hotspot, Private WiFi has officially launched its WiFi Encryption Software. Until Sept, users can qualify for a month free of the hacker proof service.
Private Communications Corporation has Developed a Software Product to Protect Your Data While Using a Public Network
An official launch date has yet to be announced, but the company is moving forward with plans to offer the product to “early adopters” in advance of the launch so they can test the product in action.