The 'Free Wi-Fi Friend of Foe?' infographic examines the spread of wireless internet connections and its resulting implications. According to the chart, Wi-Fi connections have come to represent the norm in the tech world, characterizing the features tied to tablets, smartphones public hotspots. And while this reality has improved the state of global communication, there are several pitfalls that users should be aware of.
The information gathered here reveals that there are several ways for outsiders to intercept personal information via high-speed Wi-Fi networks. The term 'Sidejacking' is one of these ways, allowing bystanders to steal one's cookies or even take over a private session. In response, the Friend or Foe diagram outlines a series of precautionary measures, inclusive of the need to avoid online banking when on a public database.
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The 'Free Wi-Fi Friend or Foe?' Chart Reviews Digital Drawbacks
By: Jordy Eleni - Published: May 24, 2012 • References: veracode