airport wifi bypass

Many people ask me, “Alan, how are you always mobile blogging from airports. Doesn’t that cost a lot of money?”

Well yes. It does. But there are three ways to get past the “airport required redirect”:

1. Most airports don’t block image extensions. Hence, add ?.gif, ?.jpg , etc., to the end of each URL you want to access.
2. This ones simple. Try out generic user names and passwords. Most of the time you’ll end up with a password being “default”.
3. Boingo, which seems to be everywhere offers free internet for mobile users. Just set your browser up to appear to be coming from an iPhone.

If you’re still stuck after this, benefit the economy and pay for the wi-fi. Otherwise simple packet decryption should let you easily bypass wep/wpa protection.

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  1. Daniel

    December 9, 2008 @ 10|45 am


    Hello, I recently stumbled upon this site and i was wondering if you could give me some ge@gmail.comneric user/passkey combinations

    email is danielmenist426

  2. hanum

    January 14, 2009 @ 7|53 am


    Hahaha… good tips ^__^
    Thank’s before

    Gunadarma University

  3. Scan

    October 21, 2010 @ 4|54 am



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