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Funny.  But I dont think Al Qaeda would be so obvious..haha

Which is probably why we couldn't find Osama, hiding nowhere special. :p

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Just a word of warning but some unsecured access points are set up as "honey pots" - we have one around here which is posing as an unsecured BT-HomeHub3 or Netgear at different times of the day (Same MAC address).

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Maybe they are the real deal, reverse reverse psychology! :p

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Just a word of warning but some unsecured access points are set up as "honey pots" - we have one around here which is posing as an unsecured BT-HomeHub3 or Netgear at different times of the day (Same MAC address).

What is the point of this 'honey pot' ?

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Hum, on 31 Aug 2013 - 01:26, said:Hum, on 31 Aug 2013 - 01:26, said:Hum, on 31 Aug 2013 - 01:26, said:

What is the point of this 'honey pot' ?

 

You connect to it, they gather information from your connection request, port scan, targeted vulnerability scan & try to deploy payloads to your machine e.g. launch your web browser to "authenticate" which is typical of Public WiFi access.

Some are more passive e.g. hijack DNS - serve what appears to be an internet connection but also serve targeted browser exploits and key log all info.

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Edited:

Never mind!

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You connect to it, they gather information from your connection request, port scan, targeted vulnerability scan & try to deploy payloads to your machine e.g. launch your web browser to "authenticate" which is typical of Public WiFi access.

Some are more passive e.g. hijack DNS - serve what appears to be an internet connection but also serve targeted browser exploits and key log all info.

They wouldn't get much from me.

 

So far, I have never had a problem with open wi-fi.

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;) This is what comes up most every time you try to get on a supposedly unsecured network:

 

That isn't a password...

 

There is a difference between needing the name (SSID) or password (WEP/WPA/WPA2/etc)

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You connect to it, they gather information from your connection request, port scan, targeted vulnerability scan & try to deploy payloads to your machine e.g. launch your web browser to "authenticate" which is typical of Public WiFi access.

Some are more passive e.g. hijack DNS - serve what appears to be an internet connection but also serve targeted browser exploits and key log all info.

 

yep, they can just sniff your traffic. log into a site not using https,and if your username, password gets sent in cleartext (cough*), then the perp can try to log into your email, can steal some secret stuff, bank info,steal naked pictures :) ...

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Don't bother calling they have already picked up on key words from your post and are checking it out.

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you should. and see ya in the funny page.

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My wifi hotspot name is "FBI survelliance van"

We have a "Survelliance van 3"  around here -- don't know if it's real or a joke. :laugh:

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:o I picked up this local wifi signal:

 

Totally Dude!  :shiftyninja:

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That isn't a password...

 

There is a difference between needing the name (SSID) or password (WEP/WPA/WPA2/etc)

What they want is some combo like 1F:5B:0U:2J:N9:H8

 

Just a made up example.

 

My ext. wifi antenna/software can pick this code up.

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