Google hints at Wi-Fi service
Search giant’s web pages let slip a few company secrets
Google is preparing to launch its own Wi-Fi service, according to certain pages on the company’s website.
The pages mention a previously unknown product called Google Secure Access which can be downloaded as a beta. The software allows automatic encryption of Wi-Fi signals using a VPN run by Google.
“One of our engineers recognised that secure Wi-Fi was virtually non-existent at most locations,” states the Google Wi-Fi FAQ.
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