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    Hello, All.

    Locally people use a server called Mikrotik which has a Hotspot feature. The usual username and password.
    i used to run one myself.
    You're allowed to connect to the system but when you open a web browser you're asked to authenticate.
    you really cant pass any traffic unless you do. you cant ping anything and you cant go anywhere unless you authenticate.

    whats the best way to approach this scenario?

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    " Locally people use a server called Mikrotik which has a Hotspot feature"

    sounds like you want to hack somebody server....SO...we won't help you breaking the law....all procedures here are only for educational purpose....on your OWN network...........
    Watch your back, your packetz will belong to me soon... xD

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    Quote Originally Posted by cylent View Post
    whats the best way to approach this scenario?
    You get one shot, and one only, at defining what 'approach' means to you, and your reasons for wanting do it. Otherwise the thread goes to the idiot's corner, and you get a new title.

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    choose your words wisely young padawan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cylent View Post
    Hello, All.

    Locally people use a server called Mikrotik which has a Hotspot feature. The usual username and password.
    i used to run one myself.
    You're allowed to connect to the system but when you open a web browser you're asked to authenticate.
    you really cant pass any traffic unless you do. you cant ping anything and you cant go anywhere unless you authenticate.

    whats the best way to approach this scenario?
    1. Pay the fee to obtain a user account.
    2. When asked to authenticate, use the information they gave you when you followed step 1.
    "\x74\x68\x65\x70\x72\x65\x7a\x39\x38";

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    <>see below

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    Quote Originally Posted by cylent View Post
    Hello, All.

    Locally people use a server called Mikrotik which has a Hotspot feature. The usual username and password.
    i used to run one myself.
    You're allowed to connect to the system but when you open a web browser you're asked to authenticate.
    you really cant pass any traffic unless you do. you cant ping anything and you cant go anywhere unless you authenticate.

    whats the best way to approach this scenario?
    Quote Originally Posted by cylent View Post
    No no not hacking anyones.

    I am doing this for my educational purposes.

    I run a sorta of ISP system where i provide net access to customers and want to know what i asked.


    sorry i didnt mention that part.

    i sat here beating my head trying to find a loop around this method.



    please advise.
    The system is called a "captive portal". If you don't know how it works, you probably ought not to be using it. Until you show a more legitimate purpose, you won't get much help from anyone here.
    "\x74\x68\x65\x70\x72\x65\x7a\x39\x38";

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    I would like to know what is a "sorta ISP". It certainly doesn't sound very healthy...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mother View Post
    I would like to know what is a "sorta ISP". It certainly doesn't sound very healthy...

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    I think it means it's sorta his but not really.
    "\x74\x68\x65\x70\x72\x65\x7a\x39\x38";

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    No no not hacking anyones.

    I am doing this for my educational purposes.

    I run a sorta of ISP system where i provide net access to customers and want to know what i asked.


    sorry i didnt mention that part.

    i sat here beating my head trying to find a loop around this method.



    please advise.

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