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A Map Of Wireless Passwords From Airports And Lounges Around The World (Updated…

TP Link Archer C5 Router Hacking Today we got our hands on a brand new TP Link Archer C5 router which we will be testing for known vulnerabilities such as hidden backdoors and vulnerabilities brute force default passwords and WPS vulnerabilities. In this new WiFi hacking tutorial we will be using different tools on Kali Linux 2.0 like Reaver pixiewps and the Aircrack-ng suite to exploit possible vulnerabilities. TP Link is known to use easy to break default passwords such as the WPS PIN as…

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I Have a Freebie for you!! (Life. Love. Lauren.)

The Wifi Password Printable haha...I love this idea. Especially when lots of people come over.

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How to Be a Great Host or Hostess: 101

Put the wireless password in a cute frame in the guest room: from How to Be a Great Host or Hostess: 101

from Engadget

Garmin's spendy Fenix Chronos is a tax on Golfers

Garmin's spendy Fenix Chronos is a tax on GolfersIm a fan of Garmins Fenix smartwatches. Ive been wearing the Fenix 3 for about a year and for me it has a solid balance between battery life (two weeks) training tools smart features and good old basic horological tasks. The only addition Id like is all day heart-rate monitoring something added in the Fenix 3 HR. The Fenix line has never been cheap the 3 starts at $499 and the 3 HR $599 but the new luxury Fenix Chronos will test most wallets starting at $899. For that extra $300 you sure are getting a nice looking timepiece but glance at the spec sheet and youll see some surprising downgrades. In their place are new Golf features that track your putts per round greens and fairways hit plus average distance. By far and away the biggest difference is the battery life. Both Fenix 3 models have a 300 mAh battery thats good for about two weeks general use or around 20 hours in GPS mode. The Fenix Chronos almost halves the battery life with a 180 mAh cell good for a week of general use or 13 hours of GPS tracking. A week is still manageable but it means you might need to pack your charger for business travel or vacations. On the other hand I gave the Fenix 3 full charge before two week-long back to back work trips and Im going to make it home with juice to spare. Another feature thats not present in the Chronos is WiFi. You have two ways of wirelessly uploading all your runs/fitness tracking data on the Fenix 3. You can connect to the mobile app via Bluetooth or punch in your home WiFi password and the watch will do it automatically as you walk back through the door. Not so with the flashy Chronos. Its a shame too as the Chronos really is a well-built timepiece. Im comfortable with the rubber strap on my Fenix 3 but the leather or titanium hybrid both felt much more comfortable and like a proper watch. The titanium edition of Chronos in particular had me considering how much I really needed that battery and WiFi but this beast costs almost twice the leather version at an eye-watering $1500. I think Ill stick with the WiFi. Gold isnt a cheap game to play so its possible that those drawn to the sports tracking features are more than happy to peel off a few more bills for something that will work just as well with their business suit. This might make some sense if Garmin didnt already have seven Golf-friendly wearables (albeit none that look like a dress watch). Were live all week from Berlin Germany for IFA 2016. Click here to catch up on all the news from the show. - Repost from: engadget Post - you can download ImmedTech app for android from link :

What Wireless Passwords Have You Picked Up (And Will Share) From Airports Around The World?

How To Get Wireless Passwords At Airports When They Don’t Have Free Wifi

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Generate Your WiFi Password As A QR Code

Generate Your WiFi Password As A QR Code -- never get asked again... great idea for guest room. Nerdy and I love it.