Prevent pricey Wi-Fi security errors

Monday, 2 May 2005, 4:10 PM EST

An innocent-looking cafe may harbor a nest of fraudsters, identity thieves and other miscreants, security experts warn.

Although companies may think they have taken all the right steps to secure their networks, they could still be vulnerable if their employees access wireless hotspots, such as those at a local cafe.

By Louis van Wyk at IT World.

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