FREE Wi-Fi hacking is big business today.

Cybercriminals are spoofing legitimate public Wi-Fi access points, snooping on traffic that is going across a legitimate public Wi-Fi network that has low…or no… security, and high-jacking traffic to Wi-Fi access points without the user having any idea.
How? Wi-Fi was designed for convenience, for speed, for access portability. Security was not a primary concern when Wi-Fi was being designed.
Does that mean you have to avoid public Wi-Fi altogether? Not at all. There are steps that you can take to help protect yourself.
Globally, there are millions of free public Wi-Fi networks
to which anyone can connect.

These are simple are steps that you can take to help protect yourself.

1- When on the move, always turn off Wi-Fi on your handheld devices.

2-Your cellular network is a better choice than most public Wi-Fi for sensitive online entries