It’s human nature for people to want to use free wifi hotspots. But many airport wifi users don’t seem to know or care whether the hotspots they’re connecting to are real ones or rogues. In 2008, AirTight Networks sent a group of white hat hackers to 27 airports around the world to test the vulnerability of wifi networks to hackers. What it found was shocking – 77% of Internet connections at those airports were to peer to peer (computer to computer) ad hoc networks, not real hotspots.
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