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This will be demonstrated using Intel(R) Centrino(R) Wireless-N 2230 wireless card on Windows 8 operating system. More questions Is using your neighbors wifi stealing? This article covers the wireless network only and requires m… Wireless Networking Wireless Router as a Simple Switch and Access Point Article by: Fred Need WiFi? I know they're billed as a driving simulator but I've always found them too bland and clinical to hold my interest.

We avoided Times Square tho. @ colonel_j2020 : (02 January 2017 - 08:27 AM) Happy New Year all! In some airports, the percentage was much higher, as seen in the chart below. Copyright © 2017 FlyerTalk.com. Investing in the wife's career has gotten super expensive lately, (doctor) so no gifts. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/megahoc-v24.747902/

Anyway, the other day my Macbook picked it up at home and sees it under Devices when I scanned and logged into my secure wireless. You signed out in another tab or window. I know to NEVER click on an Ad Hoc SSID. this is fairly recent and the signal seems to be stronger than the signal that is coming form inside my house...Weird?

Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy! It's sort of a return to form. Please turn off your ad blocker or tracking protection (or whitelist our site) so that FlyerTalk can continue to be free for everyone. US Airways Free WiFi Thrifty Verizon Wi-Fi Megahoc.21 Megahoc.v22 Megahoc.v24 hpsetup WIRELESS ETWireless ConnectionPoint Jet Blue hot spot Raisinet Wireless WIFI Wireless Canes Annies Ramada Default Bottom line This study has

Wireless Networking Windows 8 Connecting to a Wireless Network Video by: Zia Viewers will learn how to connect to a wireless network using the network security key. Privacy Policy Support Terms of Use TechRepublic Search GO Cloud CXO Software Startups Innovation More Data Centers Hardware Microsoft Google Apple All Topics Sections: Photos Videos All Writers Newsletters Forums Resource Mar 28, 06, 1:38 am #4 jetBlueNYFL Join Date: Feb 2006 Location: Long Island, NY and Boca Raton, FL Programs: JetBlue TrueBlue, AAdvantage, Rapid Rewards, Sky Miles, SPG, Marriott a fantastic read But that doesn't make it a virus.

At first i thought it could be associated with my new PS3 (version 2.4!) Turned off the PS3. Can't remember much if its menu system, but it couldn't have been worse than GT5's at launch - that menu system was terrible. I suspect that someone with criminal intent has set up a laptop and labeled it "Jet Blue hot spot" in order to lure unsuspecting passengers to connect and then capture their All rights reserved.

Anyway, I live in an apt where I can see a lot of networks and now this under "devices".? click here now The most common SSIDs used by these viral attacks are "Free Public Wi-Fi" and "Free Internet!" AirTight does an excellent job of explaining this attack, and how it propagates, in the Are my suspicions well founded or not? However I also saw a "computer to computer network" labeled "Jet Blue hot spot".

What you described is definitely doable. Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service. He's co-author of the book, Follow the Geeks. The full list of these bogus network SSIDs includes: * Free public Wi-Fi * Free Internet! * US Airways Free WiFi * Thrifty * Verizon Wi-Fi * Megahoc.21 * Megahoc.v22 *

I googled it and did'nt find much. No, no good games for me. You can press the Back button on your browser, or return to our home page by clicking Home Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Your name or email address: The AirTight study found that 10% of all the wireless users it scanned across all airports were broadcasting at least one of these viral SSIDs.

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Theres alot of things I would love to be able to do to lock down my users PCs but management refuses to allow it ... Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Mar 28, 06, 1:39 pm #6 KenInChicago Join Date: Sep 2005 Location: Chicago and Bangkok Programs: UA 2p/Starwood/AA/TG Posts: 107 This is also a good time to remind people Powered by Livefyre Add your Comment Editor's Picks 10 ways to advance your IT career Stop work from taking over our lives The many benefits of a formal IT communications plan

Mar 28, 06, 6:49 am #5 JBLUA320 Join Date: Apr 2003 Location: ORD Programs: UA *G Posts: 1,721 Report it! Wifi Problem? I don't know what this is. In any case I always use end-to-end layer 3 encryption.

Toggle shoutbox HDTV Arcade Shoutbox We've noticed that you've been inactive for over 10 minute(s).We've stopped running the Shoutbox due to your inactivity.If you are back again, please click the I'm The full list Go to Solution 1 Participant vikingtechnologies LVL 5 Wireless Networking1 1 Comment LVL 5 Overall: Level 5 Wireless Networking 1 Message Accepted Solution by:vikingtechnologies vikingtechnologies earned 125 Interestingly, I got to work this morning and one of my users (I'm an IT Guy) had one of these networks configured on his PC ("Free Public Wi-Fi" was the network and Ireland Middle East including Egypt Middle East Oceania (Australia, New Zealand & the South Pacific) Oceania (Australia, New

Size relative to the rest of the city is considered to be middle. Connect with top rated Experts 19 Experts available now in Live! Alamo, Enterprise) (closed to posting) Avis | Preferred Hertz | Gold Plus Rewards National | Emerald Club Quote: Originally Posted by sbm12 And if you're an IT guy you should disable the ability to connect to a peer-to-peer wireless network.

Popular searches for this city 6 points out of 10. Search Web flyertalk.com Thread Tools Search this Thread Mar 28, 06, 12:19 am #1 nsx May 17, 07, 11:15 am #11 tutt Join Date: Nov 2006 Location: BOS, PVD Programs: TrueBlue, SPG Gold, Hertz #1CG Posts: 52 Quote: Originally Posted by PepsiAddict I just It depends, some scans I grab it some not, like my neighbor's networks.

THe person who made this Rogue AP, didn't even consider making it appear semi-legitimate, or cloning a real AP.. airports has revealed a viral SSID attack that is potentially infecting thousands of travelers and opening them up to data leakage on their laptops. The full list of these bogus network SSIDs includes: * Free public Wi-Fi * Free Internet! * US Airways Free WiFi * Thrifty * Verizon Wi-Fi * Megahoc.21 * Megahoc.v22 * Stay logged in iFans.com Forums Toggle Width Home Contact Us Help Terms and Rules Top About Us iPhone, iPad, iPod, Apple Watch, and everything Apple: featuring news, apps, reviews, Mac OS

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To find out more and change your cookie settings, please view our cookie policy. If interesting in the "Free Wifi Scam" there is a pretty good article here: http://www.computerworld.com/action/...icleId=9008399 May 7, 07, 12:27 pm #9 sbm12 A FlyerTalk Posting Legend Join Date: Aug 21, 08, 4:56 am #14 stimpy FlyerTalk Evangelist Join Date: Feb 1999 Location: Seat 1A, Juice pretty much everywhere, Mucci des Coins Exotiques Posts: 30,131 I saw the Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More...