Amusing SSIDs

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Amusing SSIDs

Postby Guest » Fri Feb 22, 2002 1:57 pm

My favorite part of stumbling is the social aspect. What sort of people buy wireless equipment? What sort of people configure it securely? Commercial APs are more likely to be Cisco, residential APs are usually Linksys. College towns use WEP much more often than other areas. This fascinates me.

I'm also amused by some of the SSIDs people set. Here then for your enjoyment and perusal are some of the more interestingly-named networks I've found. I've rounded the lat/long coordinates to discourage abuse, all other attributes are unchanged. I got a particular kick out of "HackerDetected". College towns are definitely more risk-aware than the average bear.

What have you stumbled across that gave you a chuckle, or really made you worry?

N 42.7200000 W 84.4700000 ( AFROTC ) BBS ( 00:06:25:50:51:f6 ) 02:30:18 (GMT) [ 12 69 57 ] # ( ) 0011 0200 100

N 42.3200000 W 83.0400000 ( ARSON WORKGROUP ) BBS ( 00:04:5a:cd:dd:60 ) 09:04:55 (GMT) [ 11 67 56 ] # ( ) 0001 0040 100

N 42.3800000 W 83.4600000 ( charmander ) BBS ( 00:04:5a:2d:f2:b7 ) 04:07:03 (GMT) [ 19 78 59 ] # ( Prism I ) 0001 0040 0

N 42.4600000 W 83.4300000 ( DeathStar ) BBS ( 00:02:2d:1d:b3:61 ) 04:34:35 (GMT) [ 7 59 52 ] # ( ) 0011 0002 100

N 42.2900000 W 83.7000000 ( DrivingSimulator.net ) BBS ( 00:30:65:1d:9d:c2 ) 08:25:20 (GMT) [ 13 65 52 ] # ( ) 0001 0002 100

N 42.2800000 W 83.7400000 ( HackerDetected ) ad-hoc ( 02:02:2d:02:61:ae ) 08:12:33 (GMT) [ 7 66 59 ] # ( ) 0012 0008 100

N 42.2800000 W 83.7400000 ( missioncontrol ) BBS ( 00:04:5a:d0:f4:9d ) 08:15:03 (GMT) [ 23 81 58 ] # ( Prism I ) 0001 0040 100

N 42.5100000 W 83.1600000 ( Quake ) BBS ( 00:03:2f:01:12:9a ) 04:49:16 (GMT) [ 21 76 55 ] # ( ) 0001 0040 100

N 43.0100000 W 83.6700000 ( SILENTWITNESS ) ad-hoc ( 02:02:2d:25:10:ec ) 22:58:02 (GMT) [ 17 70 53 ] # ( ) 0012 0002 100

N 42.5900000 W 83.2600000 ( sinistar ) BBS ( 00:04:5a:d0:ec:21 ) 09:20:27 (GMT) [ 7 66 59 ] # ( ) 0001 0800 100

N 42.2800000 W 83.7400000 ( The Network of Maybe ) BBS ( 00:02:2d:30:33:91 ) 01:40:12 (GMT) [ 1 54 53 ] # ( ) 0001 0200 100

N 42.5000000 W 83.0800000 ( xunil ) BBS ( 00:40:96:37:76:cd ) 06:39:48 (GMT) [ 13 63 50 ] # ( ) 0001 0010 100
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Postby Guest » Fri Feb 22, 2002 9:26 pm

My Guard unit set up a temporary AP with a few workstations and gave it and SSID of "Netstumbler" with an AP Name of "AirSnort";) We kind of chuckled at it.....I sure wish someone woulda stopped by and said hi.
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Postby Guest » Fri Feb 22, 2002 9:49 pm

Here is my favorite one I have found. Notice no WEP!!
N 33.9100000 W 84.3800000 (not your WAP...do not select!) BBS (00:60:1d:f2:21:ae) 15:57:05 (GMT) [ 13 69 56 ] # ( ) 0001 0004 100
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Postby Guest » Fri Feb 22, 2002 11:10 pm

LOL
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Gee...talk about..

Postby Guest » Sat Feb 23, 2002 6:46 am

...someone begging to be "selected".

Tron Of Borg
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Postby Guest » Sat Feb 23, 2002 9:05 am

Hell, with an SSID of Netstumbler I would've brought a pizza over!

I'm thinking of changing my SSID to my (old junk cell) phone's number, so anyone who finds it can call me.
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WAP Driving

Postby Guest » Sat Feb 23, 2002 1:57 pm

I was going to put a WAP in my car so other stumblers would find me while driving. Putting a cell phone or license plate number would be a cool SSID for that.

How about xx.xxxx yy.yyyy (CRM114 818-555-1212 Netstumblers Bring Pizza!)

I saw a guy with a 2.4GHz antenna (looked like it!) on his car today, but he didn't have a GPS so I don't think he was stumbling. Unfort, I didn't have NS running at the time (for shame.)
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Postby Guest » Sun Feb 24, 2002 10:15 pm

There's an AP in Tyson's Corner VA called TH15_5M0K35 or something... strong signal I had for a mile or so.

a little 1337-speek makes a good SSID.
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Postby Guest » Sun Feb 24, 2002 11:08 pm

Best one I've seen so far here in Atlanta was "*smells*like*fish*"

Top that one Tron!

<da.nyet>
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OK...I only have 750 APs to go through.

Postby Guest » Mon Feb 25, 2002 6:01 am

Give me a week or two!

Tron Of Borg
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OK..here are a few "creative" and a few "Intersting"

Postby Guest » Mon Feb 25, 2002 6:28 am

Tatooine---Star Wars Character

jlynch47---John Lynch #47 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers???

suckma---You figure it out.

Sesquipedalian---Means a long word.

kb7wtinetpw311dew---Think this has the PW in it?

m4nuf4ctur1ng---screwed up manufacturing?

20%01$S*J#R!oebuck&Assoc()#---The installer must have been cussing that the owners when this installion went in.

Questor+23+Whiskey---I'll drink to that!

VibraTransmitter---Vibrator Repair Shop???

notnow---simple

g0Fuz10n---we are working on it.

MSFTWLAN---Probably the most intersting one. I'll send an internal email to Bill Gates once I get on their net. LOL

TECOTA---My favorite. Means "Technological Center Of America" It is one of 2 NAPs in Miami, FL. This NAP is owned by Terremark and and in open carrier NAP. Anyway, after a tour of the facility and all their biometric security, I went to my van and printed out NS logs showing that I was on their internal network. 8P I guess they didn't think that RF would go through walls. LMFAO Go to www.tecota.com or http://www.napoftheamericas.com If you go to the latter, look at the image name of the pic and you'll see it says tecota.jpg.

Tron Of Borg
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Postby Guest » Tue Feb 26, 2002 3:58 pm

My current favorite is "langod", with no WEP...
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funny access point name

Postby Guest » Wed Feb 27, 2002 11:40 am

We were driving around and came across the SSID "Slayer's Fucked Domain"
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MSFTWLAN...he he

Postby Guest » Wed Feb 27, 2002 9:47 pm

Hey, we have a few of those MSFTWLANs all the way over here in Oregon...detected 4 of them at their regional training center. Wouldn't it be funny if all of them used the same WEP key...:L
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Postby Guest » Thu Feb 28, 2002 7:16 am

this is one my more interesting ones....
N 41.0545583 W 73.5355183
( suck_my_cock )
( 00:04:5a:ed:5a:3d )
00:18:03 (GMT)

I found this in Conn. Anyone here from there ? I was wondering what all the PUBSRVEMSxxxxx APs were being used for.... I cannot figure it out ....
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