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post your neighborhood wifi
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What for?
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Why?
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All three are mine
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Guess which one is mine.
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>>52877068
VAK
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>>52876256
post your shitty font
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>>52876256
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>>52877114
lel nah
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Someone using a classic
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DO NOT POST THEM

Anyone can use https://wigle.net/ to find out where you live.
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>>52877892
And? Lots of people know where I live
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>>52877412
Absolutely cringe-fucking tastic redditor lives near you
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>>52877892
Wigle's pretty sweet, this is from two or three days of skating around town
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>>52876256
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It must suck being poor and being able to hear you neighbor flush their toilets
That signal interference must be fantastic
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>>52878388
>he doesn't know how to optimize network broadcasts to avoid channel saturation
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i've visited so many universities and seen eduroam everywhere and met precisely 1 person who had ever used it.
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>>52878405
>having to optimize your own wireless network broadcast for the premise of being poor
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>>52878436
>not being able to tick a radio button while you're already changing your settings

Don't tell me you just turned on Mr Cisco77819 and didn't even change the default login password man, come ON
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>>52878435
I use it every time I go to work on my university campus, but only because my university switched off their internal network in favour of eduroam.
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>>52878454
It's an open network
Who needs WPA/WPA2 encryption when you're not poor
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>>52878471
>>52878435
What is that? I never had it when I was in school and I haven't heard of it.
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>>52878483
Yeah but why is it an open network, are you literally incapable of changing the settings?
Not denying I'm poor tho, but at least I posess the MENTAL WEALTH to personalize my own posessinos!!!!!!!!
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>>52878471
my instinct was to call that bonkers, but that might actually work. forcing everyone to use eduroam will make them more likely to use it when they travel (I always find the "guest/visitor" network at places I visit and just sign on for that.
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>>52878484
It's a global network that lots of universities participate in, that means that if you have credentials for one participating university, you can use the internet at any other participating university. It's pretty common to see eduroam at universities in Australia, no idea about other countries. Obv Stanford has it, from the other anon's post

>>52878509
Yeah, I wouldn't give the IT staff my uni too much credit, but you're right, I never used eduroam before being forced.
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>>52878493
Why would you need to change your SSID broadcast information?
It's not like my Neighbors are going to see it,
Since you know,
I'm not poor
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>>52878484
eduroam is a standard wifi network that universities use to provide wifi for visiting academics. there's a little more info on their site:
https://www.eduroam.us/institutions_list

but like I said I see it at every university I visit and have used it exactly 0 times (and I can't even name anyone that I know who uses it and my entire friendship network these days is other academics).

Maybe I'll put in the effort to get this shit set up now so I can try it next time I visit a place...
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>>52878524

not having neighbours = not poor
having neighbours = poor
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>>52878532
>>52878522
Cool, thanks. I'm in the US and haven't seen it anywhere here, then again I don't spend much time on college campuses.
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>>52878522
apparently ~400 universities have it. I think it's pretty widespread in the US but no clue about international places. i don't remember seeing it when I visited a South Korean university last year, but I didn't look for it either.
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>>52878524
>Since you know,
>I'm not poor
Maybe not, but you are pretty obnoxious
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>>52878524
idk man dont want them chiense hackin u
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>>52878524
wealth != not(stupidity)
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>>52878435
On my Uni it's the only way to use the internet at campus :(
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>>52876836
kek

bnd observer van
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>>52878604
the more i think about it, the more of a favor i think they're doing you. i can't be bothered to set it up because I only want to get online at my campus at this particular moment. By forcing you through the hoops that you'd go through at any other university, you're more likely to benefit from it when you do visit another place because using eduroam is more familiar to you.
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>>52878604
Monash?
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I swear to fucking god one of these days I'm going to fix the affronts to decency that are broadcast in my neighborhood as "beezyasswhore" and "Who_booty_Dis".
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>>52878556

Bottom line: eduroam = botnet
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>>52876642
>>52876315
To be able to predict your location since wifi ssids are mapped almost everywhere and available online.
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>>52878737
1) That's not what I said
2) "botnet" is a misused term that either means nothing or that you just don't like it but have no meaningful criticism
3) MAYBE you can argue that eduroam tracks your usage or something (which is not the definition of a botnet), but I haven't seen evidence to that.
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>tfw comcast router broadcasts the free wifi spot from my router
>cant disable it

JUST
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im on my desktop so ill type it down.
TTNET_ZyXEL_CHC7
TTNET_AirTies_Air5650_HTMC
deniz
TTNET_ZyXEL_MV7N
Staff
NetMASTER Uydunet-339C
SUPERONLINE-WiFi_6226
desoon-qc
philips
TTNET WiFi
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>>52878776
Remember back when words had actual meaning?

"Rape" meant sticking your dick inside someone unsolicited.

"Terrorism" meant committing a crime to influence policy.

"Botnet" meant a computer controlled via malware.

Those words are all becoming so overloaded as to be useless. STOP FUCKING PERPETUATING IT.
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>>52878819

Pretty sure this post is a botnet.
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>>52878819
You've misdefined "rape" and "terrorism", which has severely undercut your point, but the principle is true; try saying "I got raped by that midterm" in public and count how long it takes for someone to point out that you shouldn't misuse words like "rape".

More to the point, "botnet" has a clear definitive meaning, whereas "terrorism" and "rape" and any other word you want to claim has more latitude in its meaning has only found latitude because it has intense connotative qualities. "botnet" isn't that well-established. It comes off more like autistic people who just dislike any software calling that software a "botnet". When people look into what a botnet is and find that it doesn't match with the thing being criticized, the credibility of those folks diminishes.

There is software out there that controls your computer for malicious purposes, especially without your knowledge. If the thing you're upset about isn't doing that, don't call it a botnet.

This is like when some idiot tried to argue that git has a "bug" wherein commits expose your email address. That's not a bug, that's a design choice. You might disagree with that choice, and it's worthwhile to critique that choice now that we realize the impact of exposing contact information publicly, but calling it a "bug" is a mistake, and possibly a deliberate, malicious one at that.
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>>52878380
What the fuck kind of shitty Android skin is that?
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>>52877892
>tfw you are botnet free
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>>52878815
Ekran görüntüsü almayı bilmiyor musun ibne

Ayrıca
>TTNET
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