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Whenever I travel, I use PrivateWiFi.com as my VPN (here’s why). Well, when I was using it recently, one of their own travel tips popped up and I thought I’d share it with you. It’s simple: “Turn off your printer and file sharing options when accessing public WiFi networks, as this can make sure a hacker can’t access your private files.”

 

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2 Comments On "Travel Tip of the Day: Turn Off Printer and File Sharing"
  1. Jim Scott|

    I use PureVPN when I travel. Being a frequent traveler for business purpose and fun trips, I have been using it for quite a while and I found it very secure. Moreover it is handy to access your home country website which might not be available in host country.

  2. matt|

    Thanks for tips

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