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OfflinePhotoguy
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I am "borrowing" someones wireless connections and want to browse, how do i do that?
    #4222057 - 05/26/05 12:40 PM (13 years, 28 days ago)

Im just talking grey hat stuff here, nothing too serious. I can pull up 4 different unlocked wireless networks in my home and want to see whats up on other peoples computers.

How do I go about doing this?
Thanks


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Re: I am "borrowing" someones wireless connections and want to browse, how do i do that? [Re: Photoguy]
    #4222296 - 05/26/05 01:45 PM (13 years, 28 days ago)

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Photoguy said:
Im just talking grey hat stuff here, nothing too serious. I can pull up 4 different unlocked wireless networks in my home and want to see whats up on other peoples computers.

How do I go about doing this?
Thanks




premamble: you've got free internet; isn't that enough?

if they are running XP SP2, chances are that the firewall is on by default and that the file and printer sharing service is not allowed past (even though it's running)

Otherwise, if you are in the same workgroup, you can view other computers shared resources by going to nethood
workgroup names for pre-xp computers were WORKGROUP, XP and above are MSHOME.

The admin share (C$) and IPC (IPC$) will be active but you will need either an exploit for IPC or the admin password to view their hard drive.


btw; this is not hacking... it's fucking lame use of readily avalible knowledge.
don't bother doing it.


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Re: I am "borrowing" someones wireless connections and want to browse, how do i do that? [Re: blink]
    #4223187 - 05/26/05 05:27 PM (13 years, 28 days ago)

gracias

I wont so don't worry.


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Re: I am "borrowing" someones wireless connections and want to browse, how do i do that? [Re: Photoguy]
    #4223693 - 05/26/05 07:53 PM (13 years, 28 days ago)

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Re: I am "borrowing" someones wireless connections and want to browse, how do i do that? [Re: Fungi_x]
    #4225496 - 05/27/05 06:04 AM (13 years, 28 days ago)

i dont see why its not hacking.

it may not be cutting edge or anything, but if he can gain access, more power to him.

i dont recommend stealing their banking information, or anything else that is private, but its always fun to snoop around.

whether its your neighbors computer, or cia.gov, most remote attacks occur due to gaining access to a remote easy to access computer like he is, and browsing around. Then from their, you may find passwords stored locally, find them by sniffing packets, or be able to exploit computers that you were not able to the first time by having a trusted ip address.

i say go for it. and fuck what people think is the easy way. get information any and every way you can, id rather access of remote XP box than dig through someones trash to find information, and get bloody tampon on my clothes.


I guess its all a matter of what you intend on doing though. But remember, payroll is usually done on windows. :wink:


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Re: I am "borrowing" someones wireless connections and want to browse, how do i do that? [Re: tak]
    #4225499 - 05/27/05 06:09 AM (13 years, 28 days ago)

If i were to try, and did not know their workgroup name, not knowing much about windows networking, i would try this.

Set up to use their wireless connection first. Then try some default router ip addresses. I know linksys defaults to 192.168.1.1 and default login is blank username, and "admin" as the password via HTTP.. http://192.168.1.1

most other routers and default logins are available from google.

from there you can view all computers connected to the network, and get their local ip addresses.

from there you can type \\192.168.1.102 or whatever in explorer to get a list of shares on that computer if they are exporting any.

Anything more than that you may need to so some research.

But if your wireless card supports promiscuious mode, you can probably sniff their data with ethereal, and possibly get an admin password. Most people dont have more than 1-2 passwords.


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Re: I am "borrowing" someones wireless connections and want to browse, how do i do that? [Re: tak]
    #4226704 - 05/27/05 03:24 PM (13 years, 27 days ago)

It's not hacking because HE DIDN'T FIGURE OUT OR DO ANYTHING. This great budding r33t hax0r cannot even use google properly (no offense, I am making an extreme statement to make a point).

This is just really lame cracking. Really lame.

By the way, the accepted definitions;
Jargon File: hacker - compare cracker


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