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Police to Seek Out Unsecured Wireless Networks and Warn
(July 17, 2009)
Police in Queensland, Australia plan to wardrive for unsecured wireless networks. Because cyber criminals often exploit these connections, police will search out the unsecured networks and warn their owners of the dangers they pose. People who have enabled security on their wireless networks but have left default passwords in place will receive
[Editor's Note (Pescatore): I guess this is sort of like the fire department coming by to give you a free check of your smoke detectors, but it is hard for me to believe that any real risk prioritization ******** would put this anywhere near the top of the list of demands on a police officer's time. I'd rather they catch one more robber/killer/drunk driver than clean up 100 houses open WiFi access points.
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