Secure your wireless PDA connection with this step-by-step guide
There are times when a Pocket PC owner might need to use a public hotspot to check e-mail or surf the Internet. The problem is that most wireless hotspots are vulnerable to sniffer-based attacks. E-mail, Web pages, and chat sessions are all sent in plain text over the airwaves. Anyone with a sniffer program has the power to capture and review this information, which often includes passwords and other sensitive date. Review this step-by-step guide to securely communicating with almost any online service.
Title: Securing Your Wireless PDA connection
Authors: Seth Fogie, Cyrus Peikari
Pub Date:March 18, 2005.
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