Is your network data safe? Do you know if your network traffic is being tracked and recorded by malicious third parties? Most importantly, how would you know if your network is infected and what can you do to prevent it?
Network sniffing is one of the hardest to track and potentially dangerous forms of malicious attacks and cybercriminals use it to listen and record your network traffic – including your files. By unleashing their pack of digital bloodhounds into your system, hackers can cause untold breaches in your security and compromise your confidential data.
Our short video on network sniffing shows how this form of attack works and what is at risk when tracking technology is being used against you. Most importantly though, we show you a number of ways in which you can minimize your exposure to this type of attack, and shut down sniffers to keep your network secure.
If you want to learn how to protect yourself from networking sniffing, check out our video and let us know what you think about the topic.
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