I pissed this guy off!

Scissorhands

Registered Member
#1
So I have had cable internet here at my new appt since I moved in a week ago. But I found the wireless capabilities of my computer to be much more convenient than using an Ethernet wire and connecting to my own network. So I have been leeching on this guys net and every couple of hours I have been disconnected and I didn't know why.

So about an hour ago it kicks me off his connection and I noticed the network name changed now. Here is what it was now:


Haha, yeah. He isn't too happy I do not think.

So now I am connected to my own connection.
 

Kibi

Babeasaurus Sex
#3
Hahahahah

I used to be able to get free wi fi from the train station....It was their own fault....who's password is 12345abcde? I mean really!

It took them ages to work out I was leeching....
 

Chaos

Epic Gamer
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#4
I had a whole summer of GF working off the neighbours Wi-Fi. I think they eventually figured it out.


My iPod leeches off the very same internet now though. :hah:
 

Smelnick

Creeping On You
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#5
I went a whole year stealing the neighbours net lol. I could have gone longer but I decided I wanted my own internet.
 

Barbara

Ess Tii Eph Yu
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#6
The funny thing is that as long as you aren't breaking his network code or anything his internet is up for grabs. His own fault really. Personally I would continue leeching it and change my computer name to something just as funny.
 

EllyDicious

made of AMBIGUITY
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#7
i don't know how i can notice when someone steals my net...
is there any indicator?
although my internet seems to be protected through a password [written under my ADSL modem] i don't know if any wireless laptop is able to steal it..
 

Bliss

Sally Twit
#8
i don't know how i can notice when someone steals my net...
is there any indicator?
although my internet seems to be protected through a password [written under my ADSL modem] i don't know if any wireless laptop is able to steal it..
Yeah, this happens:

 
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Scissorhands

Registered Member
#10
The funny thing is that as long as you aren't breaking his network code or anything his internet is up for grabs. His own fault really. Personally I would continue leeching it and change my computer name to something just as funny.
It's password protected now. =(