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Some things are almost universal

2010-02-01 , ,

I’ve been vacationing and using various internet providers with my netbook (much easier than worrying about internet cafes and dealing with one time pads for passwords). Almost universally, the routers and access points at the hotels and apartments have default passwords and minimal settings to achieve some functionality beyond inefficiently turning electricity into heat. Individuals and companies specializing in providing network service seem to do slightly better job (though in one case the AP wasn’t secured after clearing the Sputnik agent).

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