The dangers of public Wi-Fi

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By John Riley PCCS Cyber Intel Analyst June 10, 2014

Meeting friends at the corner coffee shop can be a lot of fun, but it could lead to the theft of your digital identity.  Picture the coffee shop with couches covered by hipsters sipping coffee and surfing the Internet on laptops with brightly lit Apple logos connected to the shop’s public Wi-Fi.   The use of Wi-Fi has changed our lives as a fast and convenient way to access the Internet while we are out and about but that convenience comes with a serious risk.

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