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Postby ubercam » Thu Feb 23, 2006 6:18 pm

Winnipeg: Funny and strange ones from my list of 1000+ from one night of wardriving

3ApesMedia
buggiesontop
Casey air port pirate and die
change is good
deepdiver
DEEPROOTED
donothackme
DrBugs
drEDITorDOMAIN
EM Radiation
FatNet
fatport (hotspot network scattered throughout the city, but still funny)
freedom
Garbonzo Alfanzo
GATEWAY TO HELL
Gaynet
goatse
house.of.ill.repute
i.download.child.pr0n
im_watching_you
It works!
Kitchen_Freeway
KRAZYASSBITCH
Let us keep the Ramp (skateboard ramp most likely...)
Maaco (Locked)
mcnasty
MintTingle
mrphish
MyNetMojo BG
no stealing
now connected:
open (it actually was open.. maybe a honeypot?)
Pink Palace
Pirate Cookies
Play PSP
Playground Attica
portage&mainfucker
public-insecure-monitored
securednetwork
StayAway
SunParties.com
thisoneismine
tp_first
Tubs
VIRUS
webslinger
whacwhac
wink wink
winterpeg
WIRELESSPP (its funny if you have a dirty mind lol)
Xbox
your.wife.is.a.demon.in.the.sack (the funniest one I've ever seen)
yoyodyne
zasquatch

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Postby G8tK33per » Thu Feb 23, 2006 6:41 pm

I'm just glad to see that the word "butt" didn't appear anywhere in between 'Pink Palace' and 'Pirate Cookies'.
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More Funnies...cont

Postby syn-ack » Thu Feb 23, 2006 6:46 pm

Well, your not the only area to be plagued by great SSID's, here's a sample...

Wheremybitchesat (down by the marina)
Call_RM210_for_Key (interesting, condo's)
tspothideaway (hummm, buring some tree's?)
linksys (damm this guy gets around...he's everywhere)
70_Pumps (yea...sad to say it was a gas station)
x_*UCK_x ( I had to * out the F)
Stumblen_r_u
WarDriving_R_U
Youcanthackme (Oh, so tempting)

and the list goes on...
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Postby bobfunland » Tue Mar 07, 2006 10:32 am

Found this gem in the Houston, Tx area: All Your Base Are Belong To Us
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Postby streaker69 » Tue Mar 07, 2006 10:33 am

bobfunland wrote:Found this gem in the Houston, Tx area: All Your Base Belong To Us


Too bad they didn't get it right.

All your base ARE belong to us.
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Postby theprez98 » Tue Mar 07, 2006 10:35 am

streaker69 wrote:Too bad they didn't get it right.

All your base ARE belong to us.

My neighbor saw the sticker on the Jeep and kept trying to figure out how it could be grammatically incorrect until I told her the story. :rolleyes:
[font="Courier New"]"\x74\x68\x65\x70\x72\x65\x7a\x39\x38";[/font]
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Postby bobfunland » Tue Mar 07, 2006 10:58 am

streaker69 wrote:Too bad they didn't get it right.

All your base ARE belong to us.


They did actually. I thought it looked wrong when I posted it.
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Postby wham » Tue Mar 07, 2006 2:14 pm

Here is the origin of the now famous phrase:

http://img135.imageshack.us/img135/9495/allyourbaseanimated0sz.gif

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Postby wrzwaldo » Tue Mar 07, 2006 3:57 pm

wham wrote:Here is the origin of the now famous phrase:




Not to nitpick but...

http://www.netstumbler.org/showpost.php?p=100369&postcount=2
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Postby fregniacciaro » Tue Mar 07, 2006 6:17 pm

wham wrote:Here is the origin of the now famous phrase:

Image


Image is oversize - might want to post the link instead.
There's one that Blackwave posted in the FAQ's a while back too.
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Postby wham » Tue Mar 07, 2006 7:42 pm

Sorry about that. it is now a link.
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Interesting APs...

Postby theosus » Wed Mar 15, 2006 5:03 pm

NEtstumbler wouldnt work on my old laptop. I heard about WarDriving a year or so ago and wanted to try it out. Finally my old laptop died and I got a new one. I leave my laptop running in the car as I drive around our small town for work purposes.

I think I've logged all the connections around. In one day.

Lots of:
Belkin54g (most wide open)
Linksys

A few funny ones:
NOINTERNET4U (wide open)
PrivateNetworkDoNotConnect (appropriately WEPed)
topofthetower (on a water tower) wide open
FBI (no office in our town) - WEPd
Hotel WiFi - Wide open on purpose for guests and people who can park close enough...

Lots of names like:
0568 5867 - anyone know what these are? Are they PDA's or laptops? They seem to come and go a lot...

Interestingly enough...all the electronic price checkers at wal-mart show up
pi07490509x09 (and varients)
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Postby streaker69 » Wed Mar 15, 2006 5:09 pm

theosus wrote:NEtstumbler wouldnt work on my old laptop. I heard about WarDriving a year or so ago and wanted to try it out. Finally my old laptop died and I got a new one. I leave my laptop running in the car as I drive around our small town for work purposes.

I think I've logged all the connections around. In one day.

Lots of:
Belkin54g (most wide open)
Linksys

A few funny ones:
NOINTERNET4U (wide open)
PrivateNetworkDoNotConnect (appropriately WEPed)
topofthetower (on a water tower) wide open
FBI (no office in our town) - WEPd
Hotel WiFi - Wide open on purpose for guests and people who can park close enough...


Actually, they're specifically for guests. If you're not a guest of the hotel, you're stealing. Plain and simple.

Lots of names like:
0568 5867 - anyone know what these are? Are they PDA's or laptops? They seem to come and go a lot...

Interestingly enough...all the electronic price checkers at wal-mart show up
pi07490509x09 (and varients)


Actually, that's not interesting. It's been well documented and discussed. What's next? You going to tell us that Home Depot is interesting because they use 'Orange' or Lowes uses '188alt' ?
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Postby DagNasty » Wed Mar 15, 2006 8:50 pm

The meaning of the term "interesting" when pointed at a subject is not static because it depends on perspective. At first I thought it was interesting. I actually read somewhere that the wal-mart symbol server wep keys are left at factory settings. I wouldn't ever care to see prices and upcs flying around, however.

Now the 8 digit ssid with space in middle, what are those? I have searched and even made a post on my first day of wardriving asking what they were with no response except for someone down south who noticed them a lot as well (atlanta). I kind of like not knowing what they are. My assumption is wireless a wireless ISP, but I doubt it as I would have seen them advertised everywhere because of how often i see them. Theosus, do you live in the south.

End my curiosity now and tell me what they are, PLEASEEEE.
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Postby bananaman » Fri Mar 17, 2006 12:58 pm

Not exactly funny, but... 85% of all APs I've detected are unsecured. 90% of those are named "linksys". :D
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Fuck off and Leave us Alone
MelissaAndRobert
(same area) MelissaIsGay
MrQuacky

EDIT: Just found one: Iamwardriver. I got a bit interested in this one, and I actually met the guy -- he was actually doing some warwalking about 5 blocks away with an old iPaq. Nice guy :)
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