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ruizzz

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Can anyone help me with a "little problem"? I have an wi-fi hardware but i don't have internet conection... but my neighbour has:) I tryed to access but it is encrypted, so i would like some help to access his network. Something like a software to unencrypt or something that i can do to access. I would apreciate it a lot.
For who reply to this topic please note that my mother language is not english so please don't use lots of technic terms. Thanks
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We cannot help you with this because it is not morally correct and it is probably illegal (I don't know where you live). There are a number of reasons why you should not piggy-back onto someone else's network. They paid for their service, and if you want service you need to pay for your service.
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For who reply to this topic please note that my mother language is not english so please don't use lots of technic terms. Thanks


Here's a blunt answer with no technical terms.

neil...that was completely uncalled for...a moderator has already dealt with this thread...so it requires no further input from any members other than the original poster...and even...that's not required as this is a simple issue...PLEASE refrain from being rude in the future
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