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Date Posted: 11:06:58 10/03/08 Fri
Author: kingstar
Author Host/IP: dynamic.dsl.nesma.net.sa / 89.4.225.44
Subject: Re: hcking wifi
In reply to: tony montana 's message, "hcking wifi" on 00:58:20 02/23/06 Thu

>first of all, i found ur site awesome and very useful
>for hcking noobs like me.. so, thank you
>
>now heres my problem: as an apprentice in germany for
>6 wks, i couldnt take my DSL connection with me..
>but theres wifi hotspots near the place i live in..
>
>some are private wifi networks but their owners dont
>want to share their dsl, as their providers asked..
>
>other hotspots are provided by "UNI-DSL", i managed
>connecting the network (not protected) but as i launch
>ffx, it redirects me to the UNI-DSL homepage, which
>asks me my student password.. which i havent cause i
>dont even come from germany..
>i successfully identified its IP and i can see
>websites IP such as apple.com (that means theres an
>internet connection, and DNS works)..
>
>should i hck the private wifis psswd?
>should i scan UNI-DSL ports?
>is there any way to avoid this redirection?
>
>thx for replying
>
>tony montana

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