Can Verizon Jetpack 890L 4G hotspot be dangerous?

Hi! I want to get this thing and put it inside my house but I want to be sure that it is safe to have. Or it is not? Please tell me

Many people will buy something like a GPS Car Scrambler simply because they do not like the “Big Brother” approach. Of course, if you do not do anything wrong, you have nothing to fear. Titles like this make the problems more sensational, but sometimes there is a grain of truth in alarmism.

At first glance Jetpack 890L is an awesome device that is hard to imagine being used in the wrong way. Sadly it can. As long as Verizon Jetpack 890L 4G hotspot creates internet access for ten WiFi enabled devices and any device with WiFi connectivity in its vicinity will connect to this network, there is a real danger. In the same way as WiFi Hotspot Cufflinks can crack the WiFi access this 4G hotspot activator can do the same thing but for whole ten devices.

So if you have important information on your laptop, PC or other device with wireless internet access and you want to protect it, you need to block Verizon Jetpack 890L 4G hotspot and secure your house or office or other place from hacking threat.

GPS and radar signal jammers are particularly penalized in Oz, the same country that has one of the highest rates of ‘discreet’ traffic monitoring – of course, speed is a bad thing, but some states will impose a driver at 3km / h on a 60+ limit, and hide cameras in wheelie bins, traffic cones, and so on. It’s really a massive revenue stream.