things you should not name your wireless network

msi1337

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Apr 16, 2003
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actually it was secured..in Windows 7 the unsecured networks have yellow shields next to the name
 

Kadarin

Lifer
Nov 23, 2001
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actually it was secured..in Windows 7 the unsecured networks have yellow shields next to the name

Sometimes I think the makers of the OS change things just for the sake of changing things, regardless of whether the change itself makes it more intuitive. The universal symbol for security is a lock, so why the fuck not put a lock by the network if it's secure?
 

Farang

Lifer
Jul 7, 2003
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Back when I stole internet I started to get kicked off repeatedly. It seems someone was on to me. Then I changed my computer's name to "Printer" and never got kicked off again.
 

PottedMeat

Lifer
Apr 17, 2002
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Back when I stole internet I started to get kicked off repeatedly. It seems someone was on to me. Then I changed my computer's name to "Printer" and never got kicked off again.

hahahaha

'wow ever since we got this new printer the intarwebs has been slow'
 

Jeff7

Lifer
Jan 4, 2001
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Theta-97 for me. Encrypted. No SSID broadcast.
And the password is somewhere over 20 characters. :)


Back when I stole internet I started to get kicked off repeatedly. It seems someone was on to me. Then I changed my computer's name to "Printer" and never got kicked off again.
"Nothing"
"System32"
"What're YOU looking at?"