When it comes to Wi-Fi, criminals are looking for ways to get in. The worst part is, it’s not that hard for someone to use your Wi-Fi to connect to the internet, especially if you haven’t changed your password.It may seem innocent that someone’s tapping into your Wi-Fi. But you’re paying for your Wi-Fi router and you’re paying your internet provider for that signal. They’re stealing your money.They’re also slowing down your internet connection. It could be people who live nearby who use it for convenience.Worse, it could be a cybercriminal who’s using your Wi-Fi to conduct illegal activities. The cops will come knocking on your door.
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