> i have a tungsten t3 and a palm wifi card. i am new to wifi.
> how can i secure my wifi transmissions, so that individuals can not
> intercept my wifi transmissions. so far i have only used the wifi card at
> free wifi locations.
> thanks in advance--
Your WiFi exchange of traffic should be fairly secure because there is an
exchange of keys if I recall correctly. There are two points of insecurity:
1. The WiFi supplier can monitors your traffic
2. WiFi can be hijacked by unauthorised users if its use is not properly
protected using some secret string and/or username/password authentication.
Don't let these flaw deceive you. Your traffic is rather safe despite being
wireless. In fact, being wireless, security is at a premium.
Roy S. Schestowitz