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Using a USB wireless adapter to secretly share WiFi


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Jyokr

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Hi,

My name is Josh. I work in a office where there is no WiFi. I like to use my PC Internet through WiFi adapter in a discreet way. Is that possible ??? I don't care if they monitor internet traffic but I don't want them to find out a WiFi network in their smart phone's. Is there any way I could reduce the WiFi range to my desktop perimeters ?? I was hoping there is a way to reduce the range of WiFi adapter within a meter or so... Is that possible ?? Please help...they are only gave my small paycheck, which is not enough to afford me a data pack for my phone.. So at least I could use some free internet in my phone.

Don't ask me why there is no WiFi.. Pretty sure it's for some "productivity" purposes. It sucks, I know.. Any help advice is appreciated.

Thanks.
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Fusionbomb

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Hello Jyokr... and :welcome:


Not that I condone what you are asking, but disabling the SSID of your wifi should help.


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I got what I needed.. I done it without any help from anyone.. This page was no help for me whatsoever.. Good bye.. And thankx goku for your comment
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