Clock-watcher wrote:Interesting two page article in this month's PC Pro computer magazine about all this. A few legal points razed from 'experts' regarding the IP addresses being personally identifiable and wifi. Worth standing in Smiths to read if you don't buy it.
ghost1987 wrote:Have a look on that
http://www.csoonline.com/article/460120 ... /Erik+Tews
Just to let you know guys,I have successfuly cracked my neighbour's protected wireless network,maybe now I'll download some games without any trouble or worries,how about some dirty porn? someone done it to me so why shouldn't I do it?
Fenrix wrote:Going to have to give this forum a miss from now on unfortunatly, IF i do get my chance to defend in court, this forum isn't going to have anything credible to help with any more. People hacking Wifi, people insulting DL and lawyers, people doing "wee waves" all detracts from the credibility of the forum in my view. DL will pick on these posts and wipe out any influence the advice gained from here can give. I beleive we were all called a "Vigilante hackers forum" once in a media report, and now unfortunatly, that moniker is beginning to hold some truth.
I will still keep in touch with the peops I already am with via PM and let people know how the solicitors i have invloved are doing.
Thanks for the advice so far, and hopefully everyone will keep fighting
ghost1987 wrote:Regarding my last post I did hack that network and it had only an experimental form which proved that even a secured network is easy to crack.
I would never incriminate my neighbour or onyone else.
What I was trying to prove was how good that protection really is.
If I did it easly, then think how many people on your street can do it.
My wireless router have a 50m range,so alsmost anyone in that radius can be hacked to my network.
Doesn't matter how good your protection is - you are STILL vulnerable to hacking.
This forum has degenerated into sh*t.
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