Hackers love public Wi-Fi more than you do

Hackers love public Wi-Fi more than you do

[IT News Africa] - 7/12/2017

Public Wi-Fi is great in so many ways. It costs nothing, saves on mobile data, and is often faster when it comes to downloading. However, as much as we love the convenience, hackers love public Wi-Fi too, and for different reasons. Nastassja Poorter, Enterprise Sales Director at DRS, a Cognosec (...)


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