I track all my finances in Quicken on a desktop PC with Windows 7. I enter all my receipts and then download the transactions in a web connect file that imports into Quicken to make sure I don't miss anything and to reconcile. It's a great system for keeping exact track of all my finances. It's secure because I use a wired network at home and am meticulous about protecting myself against malware. All my passwords are secure, etc. However, I'm moving and will be sending the desktop across country with the movers. I'm taking time off work, about three weeks, to drive across the country. I'll have Quicken with a laptop. At hotels I'll be able to access the Internet with my laptop via wifi. Will it be safe for me to go to my bank's web site, pull up my accounts, and download the web connect file? Or is that too risky? I could just meticulously enter the receipts into Quicken and wait until I'm in my new home before accessing my bank records. I could just use the hotel wifi for general non-sensitive web surfing. Btw, I'm using Kapersky Internet Security.