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 Aboddicum on Fri Aug 09, 2019 3:27 pm
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As regrettable as it may sound, the whole thing is the "reliability" of the hotel as such https://planetofhotels.com/en/. After all, the Internet is one of the main conditions for brisk settlement. I travel often for work and the Internet is my third hand; it has not been my luck for the second year. It turns out to poke hotels of the appropriate level and, in the absence of the specified conditions, require relocation
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