What Americans do on public wifi

Public wifi – You’ve seen it before. Wifi names like “Google Starbucks”, “PEETS” and others. In this day and age, when we think cafe, we also think unlimited wireless internet – no questions asked. It’s almost a necessity. Indeed, traveling businessmen see wifi as more important than sex. According to numerous surveys by PEW and … Continue reading “What Americans do on public wifi”

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Researchers show it’s possible to steal someone’s password using WiFi signals

Wifi hotspots can be used to steal your passwords – this is a warning almost as old as public wireless hotspots are. However, there is a new theoretical attack vector that the growing number of public WiFi users should be aware of. Researchers from the Shanghai Jiao Tong University, University of Massachusetts at Boston, and … Continue reading “Researchers show it’s possible to steal someone’s password using WiFi signals”

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  • Jan 9, 2017
  • Caleb Chen
  • Networking, News, Privacy, Security,

LG wants to put WiFi in every new 2017 device – why that should worry you

LG, the Korean tech corporation, recently announced at CES that they intended to put wireless access aka WiFi in every one of their new 2017 devices. One such smart device that is slated to hit homes this year is the LG Smart Instaview Refrigerator. With this great innovation, you can tap the 29” screen to see … Continue reading “LG wants to put WiFi in every new 2017 device – why that should worry you”

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  • Nov 18, 2016
  • Caleb Chen
  • News, Privacy, Security,

Traveling businessmen now consider WiFi more of a daily essential than sex, alcohol or even chocolate

Traveling businessmen and businesswomen worldwide consider WiFi to be the utmost daily essential, more important even than sex, alcohol, or chocolate. The shocking results come from the iPass Mobile Professional Report 2016, which surveyed 1,700 “mobile professionals” around the world to gather their information. The data is starting to show that tech dependence is a worldwide … Continue reading “Traveling businessmen now consider WiFi more of a daily essential than sex, alcohol or even chocolate”

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