Thursday, 18 June 2015

Japanese Warned To Secure Wi-Fi Network

A Japanese agency has warned Japanese to secure their Wi-Fi network after a man was arrested on suspicion of using an unsecured Wi-Fi network for criminal activities. It is a 30-year-old Japanese man who must also stand trial for theft of 16 million yen (114,000 euros), and he passed to steal login details for online banking managed to loot.

Also, the man would have spread malware to gain access to others computers. A day after the arrest sent the Information-technology Promotion Agency (IPA) a warning that Japanese people are called to secure their Wi-Fi network. According Yuichi Nozawa IPA walk people whose Wi-Fi network is hacked risk to be the prime suspect in cybercrime investigations of the police.

According Nozawa identifies the police sometimes suspects on the basis of used access points, so let him facing the Japan Times know. Research would show that in 2014 more than half of the households in Japan had unprotected Wi-Fi network or did not know whether this was set.

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