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July 12, 2006


The city, in a pilot project with Earthlink, plans to offer free Wi-Fi in
Chinatown for a year. It's supposed to be up and running later this summer.
Even before they're up and running, though, wireless signals abound in the
neighborhood. At least 13 SSIDs are broadcasting near N. King and Smith
streets. More than half, I'm happy to say, had some form of security (WPA,
WEP, etc.). Not all neighborhoods are so cautious. See the Secure 'IKE
wardriving report at SecureIKE.org.

Posted by Moblog at July 12, 2006 3:01 PM


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