posted on Sep, 28 2015 @ 09:45 AM
originally posted by: Voyager1
I don't need anything they have on Deep Web either. I haven't been there though so can't say for sure.
What I'm interested in is hacking. I can't help but feel there is always an internet signal to grab out there when you have none, if one knew how to
access it. I hate being without internet.
Hacking wifi signals has gotten a lot tougher in recent years, I suppose a breakthrough may have been made but when I was into doing that there was no
efficient method to break WPA2 encryption which is what is enabled by default on all routers made in the past few years. I used to break into wifi
signals for fun, it was also useful when traveling before wifi in hotel rooms became standard. But, assuming things haven't changed WEP takes
minutes, WPA takes hours, WPA2 takes days to weeks.
The deep web has a pretty good hacking forum, I used to read it but then I lost interest in the whole practice because I never really had any intent
to follow through with anything I was learning.
It's not free but if you want an internet signal anywhere, your best bet these days is to tether to a smartphone.