FBI says Wi-Fi users vulnerable to hackers

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – The FBI recently issued an alert warning that wireless Internet networks, often called Wi-Fi hotspots, are more vulnerable to hackers than most users probably realize.

Wi-Fi hotspots are at airports, fast food restaurants, book stores, coffee shops, sports bars, school campuses, malls, supermarkets – just about everywhere. Several cities and neighborhoods host or plan to install networks for residents.

For everyone to be able to access the networks, though, security has to be low. That means that often there is no password or registration needed to use the service, and E-mails and instant messages are not encrypted.

Those settings make it very easy for a hacker working from anywhere around the world to use computer codes to peek into your computer and steal sensitive information.
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