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Hostel and Guesthouse Computer Security Tip

Hostel and Guesthouse Computer Security Tip

Hostel Computers Are Great For Travel But Potentially The Least Secure.

Many hostels nowadays have public computers with internet access which is a godsend to those that need it. And internet cafes are also aplenty. But the thing is, often times when you do need it, its for personal things – meaning accessing sites that require your passwords, credit card numbers, Facebook logins, emails and other sensitive information. This simple tip should be used backpacking or in your home country; never opt for the “save username / password” option when logging in on a public computer. The reason should be obvious. Most people almost always saves the password at their favorite websites, on their own computer – as a habit. Make it a habit to do the opposite during your travels.

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