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Seeing that tiny sign for "Free WiFi" at a bookstore or coffeeshop is always a little thrilling, especially if you need to get some work done online. But you may be paying the price when it comes to your Internet security.
As great as unsecured web access is, it can be a real problem if you want to keep your computer and its information safe. Unsecured access means anyone can be on the network. And it also means anyone can be snooping into what you're doing online.
If that makes you uneasy, you may just want to stop using unsecured public WiFi altogether. Alternatively, there are some steps you can take to to keep your information more secure. For example: