On Sat 26 Mar 2005 19:37, you wrote:
> > eth0 IEEE 802.11-DS ESSID:"maths.tcd.ie" Nickname:"martha"
> > eth2 IEEE 802.11-DS ESSID:"[secret]" Nickname:"alfred.murphy.ie"
>> Nobody else seemed to spot this, but did you notice that the two ESSID's
> are different?
Sorry, this was just an artifact.
I noticed my ESSID was in plain text,
and reasoned that ILUG is probably full of teenage hackers,
who will sit outside my house trying to get onto my network.
I just didn't notice the ESSID appeared twice!
My ESSID is not really "secret",
and I don't have a user "guest" with password "guest" either.
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