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I often find it necessary to connect to unsecured wireless hotspots to transmit sensitive information. Most of the time the wireless router does not have encryption enabled.
How can i make all the traffic from my computer more secure?

I have thought about rerouting traffic through other ip addresses, possibly using netcat to do so, but im not sure if this will be allowed on most routers.

Also is there a way for me to see the ip addresses of clients connected to the same lan or wlan as myself, so i could define every hop that traffic from my ip address would take?

Thanks very much for any help that could be provided, or even links that i could source the information from.
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