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After the news coverage last week about unsafe personal hotspots, you might think it is better not to use them. This is not entirely true. Creating a personal hotspot, for example in the train, is much safer than using the train’s open ‘Wifi in de trein’ network. As long as you use your personal hotspot in a safe manner. Regardless of wich provider you have.

This is how you safely use your personal hotspot

  • Use a strong password. So, do not use your first name or 123456. These are too easy for hackers to crack.
  • Turn of your personal hotspot when you are not using it. Just to be sure.