Anti makes wardriving child’s play with a rooted Android phone

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  1. Searching_ _ _

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    Anti makes wardriving child’s play with a rooted Android phone - Geek.com
     
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    Anti will hopefully scare people into being more secure. The sad thing is I have been doing this for years (since the iPod touch came out) with metasploit, nmap, and other tools available via Cydia. This just puts it in the hands of script kiddys but that is the scary thing; people who have the tools but haven't got a clue what the are doing.
     
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    @ Searching_ _ _

    Wonder how it'll be before we hear about intrusions due to it ? I noted you have to pay for serious usage though !

    @ x942

    You're a naughty boy :p Out of interest though, how many people were unsecured, roughly out of all the scans you did ?
     
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    lol :p Let's just say out of 2 starbucks I could have hacked 28 machines last time I did it ( a month ago). In total probably a few hundred considering I was doing it at my college and any open/WEP WiFi I could find.

    Also a thing to note: Most of the machines I found were running unpatched versions of XP SP2. Tsk. Tsk. people :p
     
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    That'll be me then :D But you wouldn't get into my comp :p
     
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    LOL. I hope your not running SP2 unpatched. I found about ~62 vulnerabilities I could have used on one computer today. But I suppose if you are using SRP or something you may be fine :D
     
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