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April 25, 2008

The Wifi Predator – use a far away Wifi Connection

at 5:10 am. Filed under Computer Hacks, Cool Gadgets, Electronic Hacks

 If you are wanting to grab some free Wifi from someone far away have a look at this Wifi Predator from our friends at i-Hacked.

"The predator is a modified wireless router connected to a high-powered antenna and running custom firmware to actively seek out open wireless connections. Once they are found, it will test them for internet connectivity and then join and repeat the one with the strongest signal to secured wireless connection that YOU control. =) When your predator powers up, it will start scanning for open access points, testing each one for internet connectivity and then finally will join the one with the strongest signal strength that can reach the internet. Then it will make this connection available to you via the AP SSID that you set previously. Join the AP SSID that you created earlier. (IHPRED) If everything worked right (and there is available open wireless access points) you should have internet access. I suggest visiting what ever log you configured to see how it is working. If you chose the html log format visit http://192.168.69.1/user/autoap.htm. Finally lock down your predator like you would do any other Access Point. Change the default admin password, enable SSHd & disable telnet. Enable WPA encryption if you want to protect your newly "acquired" internet access."

Via: Digg


 

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12 Responses to “The Wifi Predator – use a far away Wifi Connection”

  1. Gh0sTly Says:

    now THATS a “cantenna”!

  2. GEARFUSE » WiFi Predator Noses Out Free Signals From Afar Says:

    [...] Link [via] [...]

  3. Alexander Says:

    Anybody have the guts to try out if it works with a Fon Router?

  4. McGrew Security Blog » Blog Archive » links for 2008-04-25 Says:

    [...] The Wifi Predator – use a far away Wifi Connection – Hacked Gadgets – DIY Tech Blog I linked this solely because of the second picture on the page. If you see one of those in *your* server room like that, that’s when you need to start worrying a little more about physical security :-) (tags: wireless) [...]

  5. Wi-Fi Predator, a DIY Long-range Wi-Fi Snooper » The UberReview Says:

    [...] is around $150, but could be less depending on which of the parts you are able to scrounge. [i-Hacked via Hacked Gadgets] Tags: DIY, hack, routers, [...]

  6. Myself Says:

    Aww, with a name like “Predator”, I was expecting an autonomous wifi-seeking drone plane. The least they could’ve done was put the thing on a pan/tilt mount and let it scan the surroundings in 2 dimensions to *actively seek out* accesspoints.

  7. Alan Parekh Says:

    Having it scan would be a cool idea!

  8. Network Demi-God Says:

    This is an awsome upgrade from the old cantennas! I am so building one!

  9. Dave Vansetti Says:

    This thing is SICK!!!!
    Mine gets Over 10 miles but i use a free hotspot
    about 5 miles away for my internet connection
    I use it for my XBoX Live or Wii wireless setup!
    No Computer even needed!
    I found this web site Unreal!
    http://www.WiFiPredator.com

  10. WiFiPredator.com Says:

    Dave Thanks
    Yea… I saw the site also
    http://www.wifipredator.com
    Im going to get me one ASAP!:)

  11. Matthew Says:

    Bandwidth thieves! Why not pay your dues like the rest of us law abiders?

  12. Abid Says:

    How much does a WiFi Predator cost?

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