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Postby chenko » Wed Nov 10, 2004 1:28 am

matique wrote:Anyone from the midlands in here ???

TELFORD has some interesting APs around the industrial sectors
And mc donalds has openzone hmm


West Midlands here, not far down the road in Leominster :)



I'm suprised that for such a small town, a short 5 mile trip flagged up 60 APs, with about 50/50 WEP
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Postby AcerKev » Fri Nov 12, 2004 11:52 am

beermuppet wrote:I'm from the Midlands.... Nottingham here :)
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So am I.

So far found 77 access points between the city and my house (even more if i'd remembered to put the laptop into always on mode tonight on my way home from work!) while warwalking/warbussing....

Plenty of mycloud, BTOpenZone, Subzone, ntuwirenet1 and Eurospot access points around, and channels 4,5, 8 and 12 are unused, and only i'm using channel 2!

WTraffic seams to broadcast around the tram stops, but with no GPS i can't confirm, certainly an interesting name!

Only 8 have default SSIDs, although there are some Linksys, Belkin54g and simalier that arn't under that category
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Postby beermuppet » Sat Nov 13, 2004 3:00 am

AcerKev wrote:So am I.


Where in Nottm? I'm Carlton way. Got 800ish APs, mostly fromt he World-wide-war drive in June. My maps are halfway down this thread:
http://www.c2security.org/forums/wwwd/showthread.php?t=137

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Postby AcerKev » Sat Nov 13, 2004 12:02 pm

beermuppet wrote:Where in Nottm? I'm Carlton way. Got 800ish APs, mostly fromt he World-wide-war drive in June. My maps are halfway down this thread:
http://www.c2security.org/forums/wwwd/showthread.php?t=137

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West Bridgford way, i've already seen your maps. I'm surprised there is not more.

A war walk round uni will throw up a load, nearly everywhere i've been i've found 3 SSIDs, and in one case Windows XP2 couldn't display them all at once in the networks dialogue.
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Postby Lazee » Thu Nov 25, 2004 11:24 am

Another dude having fun in the Leeds area.
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Postby goldfish » Sun Jan 09, 2005 5:49 am

I'm about 40 mins away from London by train... there is a lot of networks around here. I noticed a suprising number when going down a suburb full of council houses (how come they can afford wireless APs AND somthing to connect to them with?!?), most of them WEP'd, a couple not WEP'd.

In the town, about a third were WEP'd, in the suburbs, abouot 70% of them were WEP'd.

Local net cafe has 3 wireless APs, one WEP'd, one MAC filtered and one public access.

MMmm anyway.

I've got to get my ride sorted out before I can do anything serious like. Has anyone tried wardriving on a bus? :D
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Postby Nuendo » Mon Jan 10, 2005 2:22 am

goldfish wrote:I'm about 40 mins away from London by train... there is a lot of networks around here. I noticed a suprising number when going down a suburb full of council houses (how come they can afford wireless APs AND somthing to connect to them with?!?), most of them WEP'd, a couple not WEP'd.

In the town, about a third were WEP'd, in the suburbs, abouot 70% of them were WEP'd.

Local net cafe has 3 wireless APs, one WEP'd, one MAC filtered and one public access.

MMmm anyway.

I've got to get my ride sorted out before I can do anything serious like. Has anyone tried wardriving on a bus? :D


Yes, its quite fun!
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Postby goldfish » Mon Jan 17, 2005 1:43 am

For anyone who's interested, there is a massive free to use hotspot running providing service to most of the west end in London.

http://news.zdnet.co.uk/communications/wireless/0,39020348,39117757,00.htm
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Postby edit_21 » Mon Feb 07, 2005 11:54 am

Ok u lot nearly done my lil AP list of central london, A friend of mine has been driving his delivery van all over the city,westend and nearly the rest north of the river over the last 3 months, my lappys been with him everywhere he has gone! :D
All i have to do now is corolate all the maps.
Give me a week or so and I will be uploading to my web site.
If there is anybody who has a similar list for any part of south london please get in touch.

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Postby Wifi_KLynn » Thu Feb 10, 2005 11:40 am

Done a bit of war-driving for the first time today to my surprise found 10 open access points this was just a quick drive round my village

Im looking for a mapping site or forum which caters for the UK the ones i found so far seem to be dead
http://www.ackers.org.uk
http://www.dwabbit.co.uk/stumbler/
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Postby rjdenver » Thu Feb 10, 2005 11:42 am

Wifi_KLynn wrote:Done a bit of war-driving for the first time today to my surprise found 10 open access points this was just a quick drive round my village

Im looking for a mapping site or forum which caters for the UK the ones i found so far seem to be dead
http://www.ackers.org.uk
http://www.dwabbit.co.uk/stumbler/


how about:

http://www.wigle.net

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Postby Wifi_KLynn » Thu Feb 10, 2005 12:02 pm

rjdenver wrote:how about:

http://www.wigle.net

Rj


Yeh thanks seen this one but it seems to be mostly US based
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Postby wrzwaldo » Thu Feb 10, 2005 12:07 pm

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Postby Dutch » Fri Feb 11, 2005 6:16 am

Wifi_KLynn wrote:Woops didnt see that, :mad: just saw the search for the US states

Failed GSCE Reading and Comprehension did ya ? :D

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