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Lol, yeah, guess who's door the cops go to when those same wifi stealing little d-bags use the neighbour's for illicit purposes. I can't warn people enough to use a huge complicated pw on their wifi.stevepusser wrote:Hunh...I always thought it was they were trying to steal the neighbor's wifi...thus the questions about packet injection.
Speaking of wifi, I named the gf's wifi "pennygetyourownwifi" (no spaces, lol).
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That's my guess too.stevepusser wrote:Hunh...I always thought it was they were trying to steal the neighbor's wifi...thus the questions about packet injection.
Although I think it is more the leet aspect of being able to say they are capable to steal someone's wifi, that probably appeals the "little wankers" crowd more than the mere need to be connected (even if it is to look at pornography without leaving tracks on their own ISP).
I once downloaded Backtracks because I wanted to test my own wifi, got bored during boot, never tried again.