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5 Ways Hackers Can Use Public Wi-Fi to Steal Your Identity

We’ve all been tempted to use public Wi-Fi: it’s free, saves on your data allowance, and is always helpful in speeding up loading times. You might love public Wi-Fi — but so do hackers. Here are just a few ways cybercriminals can get access to your private data and potentially steal your identity and what you can do to protect yourself. 1. Man-in-the-Middle Attacks The technological term, man-in-the-middle (MITM) is an attack whereby a third party intercepts communications between two participants.
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