why in the first place do you use the wifi at the coffee shop? if I may ask.
> Le 2 févr. 2018 à 18:15, Chris Trask <christrask@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> a écrit :
> I'm used to encountering hackers when using the wifi at the local coffee
> shop, but this morning he/she/they were exceptionally aggressive, so much so
> that I packed everything up and went home to do a boot scan on that machine
> and use the dialup for the other machine. On the wifi I couldn't get a
> stable connection for more than a couple of minutes at most.
> This hacker actually interfered with my battery charging, causing the
> indicator to say that I had just 16% for a very long time. When I started it
> back up at home I had 56%.
> Hacking on public wifi systems is becoming increasingly serious, and I
> would just love to have some sort of software that would retaliate by
> detecting hackers and uploading a virus into them that would do them serious
> damage, such as locking out their hard drive or even wiping it clean.
> Anything such as that available?
> When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro
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