Technology specialist gives tips to avoid hackers
It’s 10 o’clock. Do you know where your wireless Internet access is?
It could have fallen into the wrong hands.
Wireless Internet is now available at home, at the office, at hotels and restaurants, practically anywhere you go. The problem is, there are more places for hackers to tap into networks and access your personal information.
Connor Anderson, a technology specialist at Clifton Gunderson, wants area residents to know that wireless Internet access points can be found and misused by the wrong people. Anderson drove around Clinton using a program that can identify the open access points. The Clinton Herald, Clinton, Iowa--Technology specialist gives tips to avoid hackers
Back to: PC Security, privacy news