To quote Cinderella (the band not the princess), “you don’t know what you got, til it’s gone.” The other day my router was on the fritz. In an attempt to fix it, I ended up doing a reboot, changing WiFi passwords, dropping and adding connections etc. Eventually it was fixed. However, this left me with […]
Cyber Security Shouldn’t Take a Backseat for Summer Travel While traveling this summer, it is entirely likely users will find themselves in need of a WiFi connection. Often times, users will connect to a public WiFi connection to conduct whatever business they need to accomplish. This may include online banking, checking work emails, researching a topic, […]
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By Leo Notenboom
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German officials finally find a crack in Googles armour and get an admission that they have been collecting private data from unprotected wireless connections since 2006.