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Old 05-09-2005, 08:16 AM   #11
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steal there net connection
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Old 05-09-2005, 02:17 PM   #12
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charge them to secure their network.
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Old 05-09-2005, 02:25 PM   #13
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charge them to secure their network.
that is the best idea yet., well done
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or save 30-40 dollars a month for broadband... your choice...
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Wow, thats completely pathetic, but a great idea. Either charge em to secure, or save money on broadband.
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You are new and probably dont know but please do not bring up old thread as this one was dated 9th may 2005.
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Wow, may 9th 2k5 wasent that long ago, really. chill.
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Old 05-17-2005, 01:32 PM   #18
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old threads ... let the die
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For a start if your in a built up area I'd secure the router for your and them only, You'd need to find the MAC addresses of their systems and then restict acces to those and yours only, this way they wont notice a diffrence and you'll have exclusive access to the router (besides them).

Dont use WEP or WPA because you'll get busted right away

After that I'd leech their bandwith and save your cash. (as long as its a reliable connection)


EDIT: Sorry, didn't notice how old it was.
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For a start if your in a built up area I'd secure the router for your and them only, You'd need to find the MAC addresses of their systems and then restict acces to those and yours only, this way they wont notice a diffrence and you'll have exclusive access to the router (besides them).

Dont use WEP or WPA because you'll get busted right away

After that I'd leech their bandwith and save your cash. (as long as its a reliable connection)


EDIT: Sorry, didn't notice how old it was.
If he sets it up he wont get busted using WEP or WPA
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