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Staying Safe and Secure in the Public WiFi Wilderness

June 28, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

What if a site you are visiting — a Mom-and-Pop e-commerce site, for example — doesn’t use SSL and you still want to protect yourself from eavesdroppers? Use a Virtual Private Network. VPNs create a tunnel through the Internet from your location to the destination location, and everything in the tunnel is encrypted.

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