WiFi-sniffing picture frame

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16 Responses to “WiFi-sniffing picture frame”

  1. Anonymous says:

    The perverse part of me would be tempted to surf Rule 34 while in wifi range.

  2. Anonymous says:

    no danger of congressional genitalia showing up over a tall americano, is there?

  3. Nettdata says:

    so why not combine the two?

    The list is quite long, actually: goatse.cx, tubgirl, two girls one cup, one guy one jar, just to name a few.

    Not exactly the “art” I’d like to see while scarfing down a scone at the local coffee shop.

    • holtt says:

      Assuming someone’s sitting in the coffee shop surfing that stuff, you’re gonna see it on someone’s table anyway :P

      This would be a pretty neat thing to put up in a workplace. Not sayin’ it matters what you do on your computer at work, but it may end up going up on the screen so think twice.

      • Nettdata says:

        Assuming someone’s sitting in the coffee shop surfing that stuff, you’re gonna see it on someone’s table anyway :P

        Ahh, but a little shell script, running in a minimized window, that loops a bunch of wget calls is not visible by anyone.

        Believe me, IMMEDIATELY the game would on to see who could get the most disgustingly funny image to show up.

        Because we’re all juvenile like that at heart. At least if you’re doing it right. ;)

  4. Anonymous says:

    common sense of privacy? It’s still a neat-ish idea.

  5. Lobster says:

    Doesn’t it kind of defeat the purpose the moment you attach it to a stationary location?

  6. VillageIdiot says:

    I bet it’ll display a lot of porn.

  7. hapa says:

    two headless clients
    all day long send each other
    nyan cat, running free.

  8. Anonymous says:

    They did something like this at Defcon a couple of years back. Goatse and other disgusting images soon followed. The hotel made them shut it down.

    You really don’t want to know what other people look at.

    • turn_self_off says:

      Heh, i guess it was an attempted extension of the Defcon classic of posting sniffed email sniplets and such in a public place during the conference.

  9. turn_self_off says:

    Glad i got a mobile carrier that is sane about tethering…

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