Although most websites now use end-to-end encryption,
            and all data sent though these websites is encrypted, some websites still use unencrypted connections,vespecially to accommodate out-of-date browsers. If other computers can intercept the connection, they can potentially read your data. Password-protecting our access point allows it to encrypt the signal between the access point and your computer so that its more difficult for people at the library to see what you’re doing, although you should still be careful about entering information on websites that don’t use https end-to-end encryption.Please be aware that this measure does not protect you from all dangers associated with using public WiFi, nor do we guarantee the safety of your data on our network. You are ultimately responsible for your own data and should consider using a VPN if dealing with sensitive information over a public network. Please read our internet use guidelines for more information. Internet Use Guidelines