Case of a wireless hack

Friday, 17 June 2005, 2:00 AM EST

This is a short story about using a couple of computers, some interesting tools, an operating system and a bit of thinking to solve a not-entirely-artificial problem of getting wireless internet access where measureas are in place to stop it. Both the technical side as well as some of the reasoning behind the actions are explained.

By Siim Poder at Linux Exposed.

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