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Airports, coffee shops, restaurants, technically-challenged neighbors — free WiFi is everywhere, and it’s great. You can save data on your phone and take your work on the road without worrying about finding a connection. But these networks aren’t always safe. Some of them are specifically set up to harvest your data, and even networks you trust can be vulnerable. Indeed, if you’ve used public WiFi with any frequency, you’ve probably had someone snoop on you using one of these methods. Packet-sniffing Packet-sniffers are programs that hunt for and record any unencrypted data being sent or received on a WiFi network.