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Interesting AP names

Postby thost71 » Fri Jun 18, 2004 1:59 pm

I was out running an errand today (w/the laptop on, of course ;)) and came across this AP:

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It was particularly amusing as I'm using a script which uses TTS to announce the SSIDs as they're discovered...
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Postby lincomatic » Fri Jun 18, 2004 3:42 pm

thost71 wrote:I was out running an errand today (w/the laptop on, of course ]http://sthomas.net/images/funnyssid.gif[/IMG]

It was particularly amusing as I'm using a script which uses TTS to announce the SSIDs as they're discovered...


i think the real fool is the idiot who thinks logging into an unconfigured linksys AP w/ the default password and taking it over constitutes "hacking." real hacking takes more skill that that.
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Postby veritas » Sun Jun 20, 2004 1:49 am

wish i saved a SS of it but one day i found an AP named "garyisgay" then about 3 miles down the road if found another named "nojohnissupergay".

haha, found that quite amusing.
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Postby dadaniel » Sun Jun 20, 2004 8:25 am

I can't change the voice to TTS, it always speaks "bla, bla, bla" :rolleyes:

How do you get the nice TTS-Voice speaking?
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Postby thost71 » Sun Jun 20, 2004 8:47 am

dadaniel wrote:I can't change the voice to TTS, it always speaks "bla, bla, bla" :rolleyes:

How do you get the nice TTS-Voice speaking?

Check out this thread:
http://www.netstumbler.org/showthread.php?t=10364

Make sure you go to the last page to get the latest version.
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Here's a funny one...

Postby mrn121 » Mon Jun 21, 2004 12:02 pm

I have a script running that will announce the name of the access point and then say "is open" or "is closed" depending on whether or not it is encrypted.

I came across a funny one the other day driving around.... it said:

"Sphincter is closed"

:D
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Postby Russman » Fri Jul 09, 2004 4:27 am

dadaniel wrote:I can't change the voice to TTS, it always speaks "bla, bla, bla" :rolleyes:

How do you get the nice TTS-Voice speaking?



I'm sorry all I heard is bla bla bla I'm a dirty tramp...

Sorry Mr.Deeds is a great movie I couldn't help but quote

Yes it is funny to find things like that but Changing SSIDs by entering Default passwords is childs play. A total noob could do that if he had recently bought a Linksys wireless kit from walmart and was toting his laptop around and accidently connected. I'm sure he felt like a genius though...
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Postby Madhadder » Fri Jul 09, 2004 6:07 am

Here is a copy of the current NS script that not only maps AP's in realtime
but also says the name of the AP and/or not the "Is open/closed" part plus
much much more... And if you install some more Voice SW, it will talk in
differnet Dialects/languages...
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NS-Script-V0025.zip
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Postby dwakeman » Fri Jul 09, 2004 6:42 am

veritas wrote:wish i saved a SS of it but one day i found an AP named "garyisgay" then about 3 miles down the road if found another named "nojohnissupergay".

haha, found that quite amusing.



LOL awesome. :D

Not really funny AP names, but I have found a few names that look suspiciously like passwords. I wonder if the owner thinks that this is some kind of security layer to set your AP name.

It's amazing too how many people set their AP name to their address eg: "123MainSt".
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Postby lincomatic » Fri Jul 09, 2004 9:07 am

some interesting SSID's from recent stumbling in LA/San Gabriel Valley:

weird SSIDS:
dorkface69
woolloomooloo
retard
sinoyank

some fellow wardrivers?
wardrive-=T0ast=-
All traffic logged :)
imwatchingyou

there was an unWEPped AP called "donotuse" haha.

lots of advertising, including:
Vote Bush 2004
IBROWSE_$3/HOUR
The$Firm$

sexy SSID's:
LoveLand
BOOTY2
hotasianchics

some loser logged into an unprotected Belkin AP and changed it to
you been hacked fuckhead

"linksys" still has by far the highest market share, followed by "default," used by D-Link and others, and "NETGEAR." 2WIREXXX is gaining some momentum as well due to SBC selling it w/ their DSL. "RCA" has been showing up of late too.
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scary thing is my XP WZC automatically connected to an accounting firm next door when i wasn't paying attention. i only noticed when suddenly a bunch of weird Windows hosts appeared in "My Network Neighborhood" ... i thought my LAN had been hacked. several of the machines had shared drives drives that were not passworded. not the kind of place i would like to bring my financial info to. i finally had to set a fake WEP key on their SSID to keep XP from connecting automatically.
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Postby scnr » Fri Jul 09, 2004 9:12 am

Hi all, first post here! :)

I downloaded the above script and tried to run it using NS v4 and MapPoint 2004. I'm getting an critical error "Unable To Open Default Map" when I open NetStumbler. :confused:

I have used other scripts successfully with this setup. Looking through the script (no script writing experience) I see references to what appears to be programs installed on a "D:\" drive:

"d:\program files\network Stumbler\TrackNS\"

Would this be my problem as both MapPoint and NS on my machine are installed on:

C:\Program Files\. . .

Thanks in advance!

The funniest SSID I have seen so far was: "BigAlsHouseOfPleasure"

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Postby dwakeman » Fri Jul 09, 2004 10:11 am

Some AP names that were interesting:

  • asshat
  • BanksHome
  • Bob's ADSL account
  • El Rancho Gato
  • fatport
  • FunkyChicken
  • im_insecure
  • keepuOut
  • mosquitohell.com
  • pussy
  • sweetnet
  • tech office - lol my wife's work, this is their IT dept AP
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Postby The Others » Fri Jul 09, 2004 10:23 am

lincomatic wrote:"linksys" still has by far the highest market share, followed by "default," used by D-Link and others, and "NETGEAR." 2WIREXXX is gaining some momentum as well due to SBC selling it w/ their DSL. "RCA" has been showing up of late too.


"belkin54g" seems to be the most popular over here; it's the SSID for 1 in every 8 access points found :eek: "Netgear" and "linksys" are almost the same, but, with "Netgear" just taking pole position. "Netgear" and "linksys" combined, almost equal the numbers of "belkin54g". I guess Belkin's doing good buisness round here.

There are no humerous SSIDs. And I find almost anything funny.
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Postby beermuppet » Fri Jul 09, 2004 11:04 am

Funny ones:
toastandmarmalade
i am not very secure
theLESBOShub
Can't touch this

thats about it...

most popular:
WLAN
2wireXXX
belkin54g
linksys
mycloud
btopenzone

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Postby SignalSeeker » Fri Jul 09, 2004 11:10 am

Some interesting or funny names I hhave come across;
BubbaNet
asswire
553-4224call - about 8 of these
Craptastic
computer gurus
danger
Eastlawn - cemetary
insecure
kittygirl
MadWorld
MATRIX
Mexicans
Moocow
My Shit
Niello Porsche Wireless
Pane Wireless Network
poo
pooka
POS
rachael and tim
sheriffbkbne <- hmm, interesting
teamvoltron-wireless
thecasa
THEWIRED
thinknasium
unocalnet
vilfer investigations
x86racing
XMEN4life

I have found 3 that the SSID may have been a 64bit WEP key
A few that were local phone humbers
Alot of lastname and street numbers for the SSID

And I just added a new one to my network TheBastard

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