Wi-Fi hacking

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Hacking
Wi-Fi
Our neighborhood has a commercial Wi-Fi tower owned privately by a shop. He sells Wi-Fi to earn money. His tower is a medium sized broadcasting tower. Now, I want to ask that is there any way out to hack his Wi-Fi. He said that it needs a antenna (cost Rs. 2000) in order to get Wi-Fi but I already get his Wi-Fi signal on my laptop but can't connect, even his network is unsecured. Please, find a way out. And please, don't think it a illegal work because he only challenged me to do that.


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Wifi network adapter, toshiba p55
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  • Kevin Beaver
    I'm sure if you want to get into his network badly enough, you'll find a way. There are plenty of books and resources on how to do this. You'll want to get his permission in writing in case he changes his mind. ;)
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  • TheRealRaven
    "Now, I want to ask that is there any way out to hack his Wi-Fi."

    The answer is almost certainly "Yes." As for how it might be done, there is almost just as certainly no way for us to know from here. And if we did know, it's probably even more certain that we wouldn't post instructions where anyone might see them.
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  • ToddN2000
    Sure it's possible. My question to you is if it's already unsecured and you can see it, what is stopping you from access now?
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  • Subhendu Sen
    How do we know that s/he challenged you? Any kind of hacking without his/her permission is entirely illegal job. You have to take permission prior and connect the Wi-Fi. Else you can also buy a tower and can earn money while your offer must be cheaper than his/her offer.
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