Public Wi-Fi risks exposed at US political event

This week the Republican National Convention held in the US city of Cleveland has drawn the attention of the world’s media thanks to the high profile nomination of businessman, Donald Trump, as the party’s candidate for the upcoming presidential elections. But security analysts from Avast also hit the headlines thanks to an experiment designed to demonstrate the problems posed by unsecure public Wi-Fi networks, according to the Register.
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