1. Using unsecured Wi-Fi
Your family arrives with smartphones, tablets and laptops in tow, and demands to use the Wi-Fi. No problem, until everyone starts having trouble with your super-secure - and hard to type - Wi-Fi password. Click here for my simple method to create super-strong passwords.
So in frustration you decide to just turn off your Wi-Fi security. While your family now has easy access, so do the neighbors and anyone who happens to wander by. That’s bad.
Instead, choose a simpler password while your family is in town. Or check your router's manual to see if you can enable a guest network. This is a second network that guests can use while keeping your computers and gadgets safe.