yeah here's one for ya =
Recently I went on a train trip to visit a couple of my friends a few towns away. Having my laptop with me, I was curious to see how densely the area was populated with wireless access points. So I decided to do some wardriving (or wartraining, if you can call it that way) and fired up kismet. It was a short trip, but I managed to capture about 700 access points. So I'd like to share a few of the humorous network names from the list:
- Debils On The Air
- Hamsters house
- Hack me! Please!!!
- needs moar internets
- Devil's Network
- BBQ By The Road
Seen any interesting wireless names yourself?
Share them here.
yeah here's one for ya =
Ha, I was wardriving the other day and came across "d0ntf*ckwitme". It made me chuckle.
I know of someone who got his own LAN and WLAN MAC address banned from his own router... his SSID? "Hakers Out"... (I was called in to diagnose it... "Have you reset your router"... "What?" ... "The little recessed button on the back of it"... "There isn't one" (Netgear DG834G) "Okay, i'll be right out, callout charge and 1st hour... made my day though)
Some people are just begging for it...
My brother sent me a screenshot from Netstumbler one time with:
listed as an SSID.
We both had a good laugh over that one.
no internet here
can't hack me (encrypted with WEP, of course. Tempting to hack it and change it to "wanna bet?")
Guest Internet Access (peer 2 peer network, not infrastructure. See a lot of these..)
Free Public WiFi (again, peer 2 peer)
What should I put here?
3mlondon-plant (We have a 3M plant in London, but I see these all over the city)
g3n3r1cw8p (Every Wendy's restaurant around me has one of these.)
Ryan's Super Sexy Network
Dragons In The Sky
YourWirelessIsInsecure (no encryption at all. Probably hacked by a neighbour....)
Cave of Evil
yohomofo (a neighbour of mine)
Samurai Network (if you hack it, they hack you?)
take back control of your lives
some brazilian chick
Hot Sexy Bitchessss
Sigs are Fags
Mystical Magical Dairy Freeze
Feel it in the Air
I could continue, but I'm sick of looking through scan logs.....
I can usually pick up 500-1500 by swinging the yagi around the city buildings in 15 minutes. Kismet goes wild.
I always get interesting new names, but I haven't found anyone using channels 12-14 yet...
A third party security audit is the IT equivalent of a colonoscopy. It's long, intrusive, very uncomfortable, and when it's done, you'll have seen things you really didn't want to see, and you'll never forget that you've had one.
Just set your country to somewhere you're not, and all of a sudden you have a completely free and open channel that no one else is using, and that 99.9% of script kiddies won't even think about looking for.
I mean, yes, it's slightly against FCC regulations, but hey...if you get caught, just claim stupidity. After all, it worked for Bush.....
Nice interjection of politics, too. That's the second violation of the rules, all in the same post.
Stop the TSA now! Boycott the airlines.
You ought to feel lucky you're only being infracted for one violation.Originally Posted by Forum Rules