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My MAC is blocked.

I can't spoof it.

I have no access to LAN.

Wireless is WEP encrypted and not always on.

How do you access the internet?

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1. "Borrow" a USB wireless key

2. Cut off the end of a USB extension cable

3. Re-seal and return the unit ;)

EDIT: Changed to borrow to keep kakshii happy

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That is really stupid...

Usually, the owner of a WiFi router specifies some MAC addresses to allow and block all others.

How does stealing a USB WiFi adapter from the store gets your MAC magically unblocked?

Does it absolutely have to be stolen to work?

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Lets see now.. a clever person will use MAC Address filtering which would mean only certain MAC's can access, Setup the DHCP Config to have only the amount of IP's needed for their computers and the computer names associated with.(which would normally deter MAC Spoofing.) A WEP key well that's just laughable these days i would recommend using WPA2 with AES.. change the password on their router.. and switch off SSID broadcasting.. and would have a Firewall built into the router.. (which should generally stop exploits to flood it, frame injection etc.. and also stop router resetting)

just a quick question tho how do you access with this unforseeable method when it is not always on.. if it did have a wireless key (which would only connect to the MAC Address of the one router) you would have to break in and steal it from the owner would you.. honesty that would be just damn low..

am i understanding this correctly.. maybe you would care to elaborate on this method a little more.. i would not classify this as hacking i would classify it as hardware theft..

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Some people take things wayy too literally. Of coarse I'm not telling you to break into a store and steal a random USB key! C'mon, how on earth do you expect that to work!

The owner of the wifi just happen to be my parents who also happen to be paranoid about me and the internet. They will remove it for a good week should I doing even the slightest thing involving my PC. For instance, when they leave for work, if I have any sort of way to access the internet they will physically remove the router. Now, my Dad thinks that by blocking my MAC I have no internet access and he leaves his router on. So, I borrowed his USB adapter, extracted the actual circuitry and replaced it with a USB connector from an extension cable. Therefore, he now believes I have no access to the internet at all and just leaves the router alone. He has a laptop now so never uses the adapter but still keeps it in his possession. It was a solution to my problem that I thought I would share and hopefully help someone else but hey, if you want to call me a fraud, try it over PM where other people don't have to read what I reply with.

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It makes more sense now.

BTW When you post something on a public message board, you should expect the possibility of criticism.

I actually thought at first that it was a new "screw the world 20$ at a time" scheme.

To buy a USB key from a store and return only the empty casing, which sounded like a half-baked plan etched by a kid who doesn't think about the consequences of committing fraud, like having a criminal record or his parents paying a fine.

Maybe the topic shouldn't have been called "h4x0r internet" but "How to steal a USB key from Daddy".

Here's what is called a vicious circle:

Step1: Parents don't trust kid

Step2: Kid steals USB key from parents (or pulls any other stupid prank)

Step3: Parents find out

Step4: Kid wonders why parents don't trust him

Step5: jmp Step1

Please update the topic when Daddy finds out and spanks you or takes your whole computer away (which is still technically his if he paid for it).

It works, I have no doubts about that, I just don't see the point of boasting about pulling a prank on your parents and documenting it with pictures.

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Criticism does not involve attributing the label "fraud" to the person in view. Fairplay to ya kid, I do acknowledge what you say about not posting enough detail but really, do you have to take things so seriously? It is not a serious post, hence the title. There has to be at least one tiny fragment of humor that hasn't turned to ice.

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Lol TiGa expressed it excelent in a "RE" kinda way, i find it cool.

This "vicious circle" is actualy just like real life, sometimes

one seems to be cought in an endless loop until a third party

or "higher" power interfere and the loop jumps to OEP, after

that it all just flows like it was destined to flow :)

BR, ChupaChu!

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Criticism does not involve attributing the label "fraud" to the person in view. Fairplay to ya kid, I do acknowledge what you say about not posting enough detail but really, do you have to take things so seriously? It is not a serious post, hence the title. There has to be at least one tiny fragment of humor that hasn't turned to ice.

Title might be funny for you, but I have seen a lot of skiddie sht so that made me a bit 'aggressive'.

And there a lot of kids who just post entirely stupid things and your original post made me categorize you in that fraud section.

Looked like you are a kid who doesn't know anything about anything.

Ok, you are not a fraud. I reacted too harsh. Actually, on this forum, it looks maybe too harsh, but I assure you, there are some forums that do not contain anything but flaming.

And also, an advice. Don't take on-line statements too personal. Don't let it screw you real life.

Peace

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ahh my apologies i thought it was supposed to be a serious method.. lol I would be putting more effort into finding daddy's passwords then you can modify things yourself.. ;)

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And also, an advice. Don't take on-line statements too personal. Don't let it screw you real life.

I don't, I just had a ****y two days and that didn't improve my mood :) Thanks for the advice though.

HAHAHA...its one of those posts where we post it and after a while it strikes ,what made me post that ....why nobody found it funny as i did..

haha, hit the nail on the head.

ahh my apologies i thought it was supposed to be a serious method.. lol I would be putting more effort into finding daddy's passwords then you can modify things yourself.. ;)

Well, that is quite interesting because if you enable debug mode (you need the login password) and telnet into the router, you have full access to all the config files without ever needing to enter another router password again ;) However, this was a lot quicker :D

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