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The dawn of the internet era has seen more and more people jump on to the internet bandwagon and spend a significant part of their free as well as work time online. Each day we find different ways in which we can make use of the Internet and slowly but surely, the world wide web is getting more and more ingrained in our daily lives. And as with any popular medium, we find energy being dissipated in various quarters in getting free access to it by taking advantage of the loopholes found in the technology being used.

Doug has an interesting article where he describes how to use ICMP tunneling to get access to your neighbours internet connection.

And on a different note, Karl Bitz explains how to crack WEP using a machine running Ubuntu.

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