Why would this be considered "true theft?"
1. You implemented social engineering by visiting the place of business to actively receive a ticket. A ticket intended for customer of the actual RV park.
2. With or without ticket you're actively bypassing security measure they have in place.
I'm not necessarily thinking anything. However, my analogy used before still applies to my thinking.
If I leave my wireless network open - I think of it as having a cat5 cable in my front yard...or even out to the sidewalk. Can't really get pissed off if someone just walks up and uses it.
If I have my wireless network secured (Regardless of level) - I think of it being hacked no differently then someone breaking into my house to plug a cat5 cable in. There are no doubts strangers/unknown users are NOT allowed access to that SSID/network.
I guess at the end of the day...
1. Don't get pissed if access is suddenly lost
2. Don't get pissed if owner shows up one day
3. Don't get pissed if owner does decide to try and make it a legal issue. Especially using a ticket intended for customers.
Don't give me any bullshit about technicalities of what was written were and shit. I've been there and when a letter comes from a lawyer, your attitude changes. Cause at that point, you're either settling or going to court. Either way, it is a bitch.
One day with the BS you're posting you're going to fuck yourself. Discretion is key when stealing, social engineering and doing other shit I've seen you post.
Ok i have few questions/comments for you about this post.
1.You mentioned that you have "been there." Just out of curiosity, what happened? Did you leech a signal and did you get a ticket/letter in the mail?
2. If i were to actually ever get this working, i would never (could never) complain if the connection dropped off, as i would be getting it for free.
3. I challenge anyone to prove that a crime has been committed. As i said before, i can't get the cantenna to work. In order for it to work, i need it to be placed on the neighbor's roof across the street lol. At least that is my guess. We are actually very far away from whatever wireless router the RV park is using. Really i just wanted to challenge myself to see if i could even do it. I also considered tethering my friend's cell phone to use as a modem to be a small challenge. And as previously stated, we offered the manager (i hope he is even authorized to do this... maybe he is the owner?) $5 a month to piggyback on his signal. He accepted, but it doesn't even matter as we really have no way to make it work, since the cantenna was a bust.
let it go, this is beyond his comprehension.
Wrong. You see, technically i agree with you. I just choose to call it what it actually is. See even if you don't want to admit it, you can never really steal
an internet connection. You can however, mooch off of one. You call it stealing, i call it mooching. There is a difference. Tell me how
you can physically steal someone's internet connection, and i will admit that you are right. I want to hear from you, the mechanics of how i can steal it from them. Maybe i will be climbing a telephone pole, and rerouting some telephone wires? Breaking into their office and getting their modem and router? I guess i inherit their bill at the same time? lol