If you use, or operate, a password-free wireless network then legal action being taken in the US by the adult movie industry might just be about to rain on your parade warns one European IT threat mitigation expert. [ATTACH=RIGHT]23826[/ATTACH]The lawsuit was filed by Liberty Media Holdings, a producer of adult movie content based in San Diego, and accuses in excess of 50 people in Massachusetts (where the lawsuit has been filed) of downloading and consequently sharing a gay porn movie illegally via BitTorrent. The complaint itself makes a point of claiming that the defendants either have direct responsibility as they …

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Hello, I can tether from my smartphone to my laptop via both hot spot and usb cable which is helpful when there is no other option, thought it is not not so fast. The thing is that I fix relatives' and friends' computers now and then, usually desktops with out wifi capabilities. I do not have a cable long enough to reach my room from where the modem is located. A reasonable solution can be to get a usb receiver but I'm curious to know, is there a way to tether wifi from my laptop to a desktop just like …

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My problem is that i have a Siemens|Nokia residential router 1600 and a RJ45 Ethernet cable that provides me with internet. I once tried to connect the Ethernet cable to the router and when i searched for wifi access points from my Cell Phone, It showed one(there are no other hotspots around my house so i was pretty sure that it was my router.), I selected it and it connected it flawlessly. But when i tried to access internet from the cell phone it didn't receive any packets or sent any. what is the problem??? please help me because i …

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Today the cyber security experts at [URL="http://www.symantec.com/about/news/release/article.jsp?prid=20100322_01"]Norton announced the top 10 riskiest U.S. cities for cybercrime[/URL]. The next time you pay a bill or update your status on Facebook you might want to look over your shoulder [virtually]. It seems Seattle, Boston, San Francisco and Washington D.C. are the riskiest all around cybercrime cities, thanks in part to the large number of Wi-Fi hotspots. [B]Let’s have a look at the top 10:[/B] 1) Seattle 2) Boston 3) Washington, D.C. 4) San Francisco 5) Raleigh, N.C. 6) Atlanta 7) Minneapolis 8) Denver 9) Austin, TX 10) Portland, OR The above rankings …

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