Finns urge better Wi-Fi security after bank break-in

Friday, 19 August 2005, 2:59 AM EST

Finland called on its citizens to take more care securing their Wi-Fi networks after it emerged this week that about $245,400 had been stolen from a local bank using an unprotected home network.

The Helsinki branch of global financing company GE Money called on police to investigate the theft in June.

By James Niccolai at Network World.

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