According to a product manager at a Brazilian carrier, 40% of all subscribers have suffered a form of identity theft from hacking.
According to a Director at Chinese carrier, 10-20% of their 750M subscribers have experienced Apps being hijacked by hackers.
Sniffers allow hackers to passively intercept data sent between your mobile app or web browser and Wi-Fi routers and web servers on the Internet. This easy attack allows any hackers to view your credentials, any email, apps, search histories or files you transfer between computers or open from network locations on an unsecured Wi-Fi network.
It is a technique to create an alternative path for IP packets to pass through the hacker's computer en route to their destination.
Hacking software and Apps are readily available for free on the web and there are >200 videos on YouTube to show hackers how to use them.
There are many fake Wi-Fi hotspots that are setup to deceive Wi-Fi users into believing the hotspots are safe/appropriate. It is often set up to passively gather credentials/logins to real hotspots and apps.
Hackers under the same Wi-Fi network with your customers can easily eavesdrop to gain credential and information for social engineering/hacking.
Also called "Evil Twin Attacks" or "ARP Spoofing," it is a technique for the IP to be rerouted to the hacker's computer instead of the real destination.
Public Wi-Fi is unsafe and hackers can gain remarkably detailed information from your users. Hackers can see personally identifiable information, including App usage/passwords, keystrokes, messaging/email and favorites/bookmarks. As this video demonstrates, most Wi-Fi users are unaware of these vulnerabilities. And if the user is hacked, who will they blame for their misfortune?
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AnchorFree's Wi-Fi Security product provides carrier/OEM's customers with security when using public Wi-Fi.
Wi-Fi Security allows carriers to have a control element when its customers leave the licensed-spectrum.
Wi-Fi Security can utilize a few different business models based on the needs of the carrier/OEM.
Multi-device accounts even when your customer utilizes Wi-Fi on their PC or MAC