What could go wrong with a name like that?
Amazingly, even WPA-protected networks are vulnerable to these tools.
For free software lovers, administering this device is a no-brainer… provided you have the necessary passwords.
Available right now for mobiles running Nokia’s S60/Symbian OS and coming soon for Android and crippled Internet appliances, buddycloud automates the tedium of manual check-ins. As soon as you “teach” it a particular place — by entering as much or as little detail as you choose to — it uses any combination of cellular towers, GPS, WiFi antennas and even Bluetooth radios to figure out when you’ve returned.
It’s one of those things that makes you wonder why nobody thought of it sooner…
If, like me, you find the idea of installing open firmware on your wireless router a bit daunting, you may be a candidate for the new FONERA 2.0n router.