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Posts Tagged ‘wifi’

A newly revealed Wi-Fi weak spot puts just about every device at risk, from your work computer to the phone in your hand and the laptop you tote to the coffee shop.

What’s especially frustrating is that the attack, called KRACK, could slip in through a vulnerability in a fundamental security protocol.

Here’s a rundown on all the key information.

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Beginning Feb 14 tourists visiting Japan can make use of the “NAVITIME for Japan Travel”, an English language app that provides offline locator for Wi-Fi hotspots and ID/password for Nippon Telegraph and Telephone East Corporation’s (NTT East) “FREE Wi-Fi” service.

According to a fiscal 2011 survey conducted by the Japan Tourism Agency, the need for free public wireless LAN environments is a primary concern of international tourists visiting Japan.

A statement issued by NTT East in Tokyo today said the company would offer two-week usage of its “FREE Wi-Fi” service, as well as detailed information about hotspots where the service can be used.

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PETALING JAYA: It is illegal to hack to hitch a ride on another person’s WiFi connection, said the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission.

Both the person using a WiFi hacking device and the supplier of such a device are liable under Sections 236 and 239 of the Malaysian Communication and Multimedia Commission Act 1998.

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An Apple iPhone connects to the Internet automatically from most anywhere using cellular networking. iPhones also contains built-in Wi-Fi. Although some setup is required, using iPhone Wi-Fi connections provides several benefits: Read more HERE 

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