Posted: 13 Nov 2011 07:59 AM PST
Sign in your email account (or any account) from a public computer is always risky. Anyone can steal your login details if you forgot to erase the details before leaving the computer. Moreover, if you are accessing the Internet on an unsecured public Wi-Fi hotspot, anyone who is interested can see what you are doing on the network. Microsoft has introduced a new feature to Hotmail that enable users sign in from a public computer using a one-time temporary password. This new security feature...
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