In any location with unsecured WiFi I use a VPN to prevent other
stations "listening in" to traffic from my laptop. I'm not sure if
that would help in Chris' case. I depends on how the hacking is taking place.
The box pointed out by Steve is interesting. I have a Raspberry Pi 3
(with HiFiBerry DAC+ Pro) in my living room as a Squeezebox player.
The WiFi reception on it is really poor though. I have tried the
in-built WiFi, a USB dongle and a USB dongle with external aerial -
all without success. I'm looking for some king of bridge that would
pick up the signal from my Netgear access point and route it over Cat
5 cable into the Raspberry's wired Ethernet socket. Perhaps the
Ravpower would work.
At 17:58 02/02/2018, you wrote:
Would a small portable bridge router like this help keep nastys out
of your computer?
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