When most people go out to a public place, such as a coffee shop, hotel, or a park, they might be happy to find free WiFi and quickly log on to their favorite websites. But security experts warn that this is exactly what hackers are hoping for and are just waiting to harvest unsuspecting user’s online identities.

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According to a recent study carried out in the UK, nearly half of all home WiFi networks can be hacked in under 5 seconds and almost a quarter are not password protected at all. And the shocking part is that 82% percent of these people believed that their networks were secure from hackers.

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wifipaintThe next time you are in your room, typing in your personal diary on your computer and think that you are alone–don’t be so sure.

The quiet stillness is welcomed by your neighbors who are following your every key stroke, searching through your old files, and placing their feet in your footsteps while going unnoticed.  WiFi internet connections are extremely easy to trace and even easier to hack into, making everything on your computer vulnerable and naked to be seen by the world.  By using secure passwords the attempts of hackers can be deflected but not for long.

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