Can I be safe from WiFi Hotspot Cufflinks and their users?
Hi guys! I mean that those recently created cufflinks may be used as the WiFi hotspot when they connected to the PC or laptop. They are really small but the WiFi signal they create can compromise the security of my data stored on my PC or laptop.
For example, when there is a party at the 1st floor of my house and my laptop is on the second, no one can access it physically due to the closed doors and guards but creating a WiFi hotspot can grant the evildoers such access thus the vital data might be stolen or even destroyed. And those WiFi Hotspot Cufflinks are very elegant and at the same time practical way of creating such situation.
So please can anyone tell me how can I prevent this from happening for sure?
Those cufflinks you are talking about are the Brookstone Silver Cufflinks with 2GB of internal memory, USB connection and, of course, the ability to create the local WiFi hotspot when connected to the laptop or PC that you are so worried about. Yep, they look really nice and elegant on the sleeves and might be unnoticed until their actual usage but I guess it would be too late for you then.
From the description you gave I see that you have really big house and that it needs to be protected from all possible WiFi intrusions into the files and other data stored at your digital devices. Considering the size of your house it is not easy to create such protection, still you can make your house safe from Brookstone WiFi Hotspot Cufflinks thus taking good care of your vital information's security.
Although those cufflinks may become very popular soon because they can be used as tiny flash drive with 2GB memory and WiFi hotspot (considering that the price for them is only $250) you can be sure that your house has absolute protection from wireless break-ins!