public networks

Try not to use public networks: instead, connect via a smartphone or an Internet modem. An LTE connection, a non-roaming tariff, or a local SIM card-and you don’t need to ask for a Wi-Fi password. If you work through a public network, try to protect all the data you transmit. Immediately after going online, connect to a corporate VPN: all traffic will be encrypted, and the provider will not be able to redirect you to an arbitrary site. If you don’t have a VPN, use an encrypted connection on the sites you work with. To do this, type https:// before the address: for example, instead of This will not protect you from redirects, but it will help you save the personal data that you enter on the site: usernames, passwords, and payment card numbers.