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Watch out for malicious Wi-Fi connections at these popular tourist destinations — 10 Comments

  1. WHOAH. This is awesome information and I need to show this to my husband. Not that we travel so much, but when we do, it will be very important to keep this in mind. Thanks, Mary!

  2. Great post and thanks for the heads up! I often worry about using the free wifi! Happy weekend!

  3. Mom doesn’t do the wifi thing unless it is a wifi she knows. She uses the hotspot on her phone for devices and otherwise the phone’s internet, but not the free wifi. Good advice here.

  4. Wow, that is great to know! Mostly I only hook up to wifi at motels and such, and usually you need to get a password to do that. I’m glad to be aware, and will be more careful about places that don’t require one.

  5. I don’t know – today is grey and rainy here and staying locked inside while ignoring the phone has it’s appeal…I guess though, since I have to eventually leave, it’s good to have these tips.

  6. yes, good info to have.
    i rarely use a mobile phone, they hurt my head, that is enough info for me to avoid them. good to have for emergencies though.

  7. Thanks for the heads up. The places where we go on vacation are not “hot spots” so I think we’re safe!

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