Hotel Wifi, free, but not. Hackable?

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Re: Hotel Wifi, free, but not. Hackable?

Post by cilpolir on Thu Aug 26, 2010 7:24 am
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kujinR wrote:Oh, wait. You're talking about my uncle. He wouldn't get an IP. Ahh, I thought your were talking to the OP. My bad. So, cool. He won't even see any errors huh? He uses win 7 on his laptop, it won't show an error telling him he was blocked right?

Just want to make sure :)

Thanks again.

You can also use upside-down-ternet, the kittenwarz redirect is really funny :P
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Re: Hotel Wifi, free, but not. Hackable?

Post by danishkh56 on Mon Jun 17, 2019 12:45 pm
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Hotel and there requirements should be there on the hotel websites if you are searching for the same that you can find on the Hotel Booking Sites which will be there with heavy review of the customers in case you are searching for.
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