[AusNOG] OT: Police Wardriving. Where else but QLD!
pfraser at zone12.net
Fri Mar 23 10:53:31 EST 2012
At least they're not suggesting you log off Twitter each night to prevent identity theft. *cough*DBCDE*cough*.
On 23/03/2012, at 9:49, "Greg Lipschitz" <Greg at thesummitgroup.com.au<mailto:Greg at thesummitgroup.com.au>> wrote:
If this isn’t a waste of tax payer money I don’t know what is!
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Subject: [AusNOG] OT: Police Wardriving. Where else but QLD!
“The project was officially launched yesterday<http://qpsmedia.govspace.gov.au/2012/03/22/war-driving-project-to-help-prevent-identity-theft/> to coincide with National Consumer Fraud Week.
Officers in the Hi Tech Crime Investigation Unit on wardriving missions will drive the streets of Brisbane with a laptop computer, looking for unsecured Wi-Fi networks.
Residents and businesses owners in targeted areas will then be mailed information about how to effectively secure their connection.
Police will return to the area some time later to check whether residents have taken heed of the warning.
Read more: http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/technology/security/police-to-cruise-streets-for-unsecured-wifi-20120322-1vmof.html#ixzz1ptOph04u”
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