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Most sites now use HTTPS encryption, but HTTPS alone is not enough to keep your data safe on public WiFi. To protect yourself against DNS spoofing and other attacks, you should use a . protonvpn.com/blog/public-wifi

@protonvpn @dada

You point issues that any router on the way can raise. It's not only wifi AP. It can be any internet provider.

@protonvpn As for DNS spoofing, it is now super easy to use custom DNS resolver in Android Pie. Just the resolver must run DNS over TLS 🤓

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