Posted by William Charles on November 15, 2016
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Published on November 15th, 2016 | by William Charles

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Recap: Uber Portal Gone, Wifi Loophole, Cocaine & More

 



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Paul
Paul

That Wifi post is lacking information. It surely can’t be all 737’s. Which provider?

Moose Cow
Moose Cow

Worked for me on some Gogo flights as well as a United Wifi flight.

IOException
IOException

Fun fact, cocaine is actually a legally prescribed drug in the US. Just like methamphetamine.

Oren

Cocaine can be obtained by hospitals for surgical procedures. Your doctor cannot prescribe it for you.

Electroman
Electroman

Any pharmaceutical they give you in a hospital has been prescribed by a doctor, including cocaine. It’s not legal otherwise.

TYRONE
TYRONE

I’ll probably just snort it…I’m quite frugal.

Moose Cow
Moose Cow

I actually found the wifi thing by accident earlier this year and have been using it for a while. It works for far more than just iMessage. Any Google service seems to work(Search, Hangouts, etc). In fact, if you google search and read Amp articles(cached by google), you are able to read the whole thing. Also Google images, if you want cat pics. Slackchat seemed to get incoming notifications but can’t send messages(weird), and some other apps partially worked. It’s worth connecting and testing out if you have nothing else to do on the flight.

IOException
IOException

I wonder if iMessage works because only DNS lookups are blocked. In which case, one could simply run a VPN through a known IP and change the proxy settings on your phone to get internet access for all services.

I’ve done something similar when travelling overseas. You’d be surprised how weak some foreign telcos are.

NinjaX
NinjaX

leave it to an Apple user to write a blog post as if the cure for cancer has been found. why not also write about the new high tech discovery of NFC invented by ApplePay? cuz i mean, they invent everything right?

anyway, like IOException said, there is a way to get free inflight WiFi 24/7. Who do you think creates these things? By Silicon Valley Tech? No. Its created by idiots who only care about charging you money. Not solve world problem. Meaning the whole network infrastructure is hackable very easily. Its also been done many times to the point that some went too far and accessed some in-flight data when firewalls were broken.

anyway, inflight Wi-Fi paywall is only a paywall. Internet is always on. Never turned off.

you can use the iPhone which is a known method for a long time or use an external server to port scan, find unlocked TCP connection then you SSH into it with various IPs. its VPN like but not exactly.

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