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An investigation by 5 News earlier this week found that hackers can force customers in a café to switch their phones from a legitimate Wi-Fi network to a fake one, without them knowing.
This made is possible for thieves to access phones, hack emails, steal login details, track people's movements and access bank accounts Cian Mc Kenna-Charley, marketing director at HMA added: ‘The image of cyber criminals hiding in a dark room in some far-flung part of the world is antiquated - they are just as likely to be sitting next to you in a coffee shop or public library.
According to follow-up research, nearly two thirds (59 per cent) of people regularly use unsecure, or ‘open’ Wi-Fi hotspots with one in five (20 per cent) doing so weekly or more.
Among those who use these unsecured networks, 19 per cent log on to online banking and 31 per cent send emails and personal documents Secure websites display a green padlock symbol, also known as Https.
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