Re: reliable wifi manager for gnome
On 05/28/07 10:28, Jose Rodriguez wrote:
Ron Johnson wrote:
I don't think the comparison holds. I repeat, I don't have any problem
if my neighbour, at some point, used my wireless network to access the
web or check e-mail. I wouldn't even care him sporadically downloading
stuff if it didn't interfered with my normal network activity and I
didn't have an usage limit.
On 05/28/07 04:12, Jose Rodriguez wrote:
Having said this, I didn't bother to properly secure my own home
network yet. If somebody wants to check a couple of e-mails using it
just be it.
Would you leave your door open so anyone can come in at any hour of
the day and pee in your toilet or watch your movies?
Until they download Scary Files and the ISP gives *your* name to the
Now, if you are thinking in somebody breaking into my home network and
somehow gaining access to my computer, that's obviously another issue,
and I would put it more like "leaving the door open so any malicious
person can come in at night and pee in my kitchen and steal my movies".
I'm not any sure whether a WPA encryption can really stop somebody who
knows how to do that, though.
Ron Johnson, Jr.
Jefferson LA USA
Give a man a fish, and he eats for a day.
Hit him with a fish, and he goes away for good!