Anybody have experience in helping residential wireless customers get secured?

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    • #3417
      carlos123
      Participant

      Hi everyone,

      I am thinking of handing out flyers to see if I can make some extra money helping residential customers secure their wireless internet connections and was wondering if anyone had experience doing such a thing. 

      I have spent countless hours studying up on how to crack into WEP secured networks and all manner of other such things and have acquired a fairly good grasp of things.  I’ve also been practicing on the network where I live (with permission). 

      The need seems to be there and I have acquired enough skills to start servicing that need. 

      My intention is to hand out flyers and charge $25 (perhaps $50) to switch open and WEP secured networks to WPA or WPA2, change to strong passwords for the router browser accessed control panel, and otherwise teach residential customers about securing their network. 

      I will offer to break into their network to show them why it’s important. 

      Anyway…I would appreciate hearing from anyone that has done something like this.  Problems they had.  Successes.  Whatever. 

      Suggestions are also welcomed about what I intend to do.

      My overall goal is not to become an ethical hacker by profession.  My interests lie elsewhere but I see this as a way to make some good part-time income while I pursue my other interests. 

      Since I wish to move to South America in the next 5 years I also think any skills I develop in this will come in handy down there.  I imagine that ethical hackers are far less common down there than they are up here.

      Thanks. 

      Carlos

    • #22418
      RoleReversal
      Participant

      Carlos,

      only experience I have in this area is playing with friends and families kit as I’ve installed it for them so this may not be completely relevant. I think the premise isn’t a bad one for a bit extra cash, however I’d imagine that those people that can’t take the time to secure their wireless (fairly simple with modern kit) are the same users that wouldn’t want to pay anything more than required for the net fix so I’d be sceptical as to how many people take up your offer. But I’d be interested to see how you get on, keep us updated 😀

      And welcome to the boards.

    • #22419
      KrisTeason
      Participant

      Hey Carlos,

      I haven’t done it for money but I secured my own and a friends access point. What has me going is are the people your going to be going door-to-door be asking for some type of certification you have doing it? What’s going to help them see you as someone who can actually handle this type of role, your not exactly with a company?; I think it’d be a positive to include in what can all go on, perhaps a demonstration video of what can go on if an attacker can get on to a wireless network – this could help suede your neighbors that by you doing work on  their access points that you can commonly prevent (to an extent) the common attacker from trying anything…I like the idea though, good to see someone stepping up to the plate and going for something like this, unsecured access points (even WEP Encrypted APs) are definitely something home users need to become more aware about.

    • #22420
      carlos123
      Participant

      Thanks for the input RoleReversal!  Much appreciated.  

      That’s why I have been focused on breaking into WEP secured networks by practicing on my own.  

      I will offer a free penetration test to anyone that wants it.  No charge.  No obligation.

      The test will involve my trying to break into their network.  If I am successful I will track where they surf and show them the actual pages they visited during the test and I will tell them what their username and password for their email account is by having them send an email while I look at their username and password in the clear through Wireshark or other program.  

      All I have to do is get my foot in the door.  After that…if I can break in…and show them that I think it will open some eyes and motivate them to pay me $25 or $50 (haven’t decided yet) to secure their network.  At least that is my hope.  

      After describing the things I will be doing to the owner of the place I am renting from he is now leaning in the direction of not having wireless access at all and going back to straight ethernet :).  

      I just need to get one person to respond to every 100 flyers I put out to make this worthwhile.  

      Thanks again for your input.  

      Carlos

    • #22421
      carlos123
      Participant

      Hey KrisTeasen…thanks for your input too. 

      While it is true that I have no certification per se I think the proof is in the pudding so to speak.  My goal with the flyers will be to secure my foot in the door.  That’s it.  If I can get in and show them…I think I will be able to make a sale.  Without pressure.  Without obligation.  They will see it before their own eyes. 

      It’s a matter of showing people who think their front door is locked when they go out that in fact it never is.  That it’s open all the time.  Only with respect to their wireless network.

      I would go door to door here (I live in San Diego) but the powers that be here have made it a criminal offense (a misdeamenor) to go door to door without a licence.  A licence which is so overbearing, demanding, and unreasonable as to make anyone going door to door shy away from getting one.  I can’t wait to go to South America where there is a lot more freedom I think :). 

      But for now I am in the States and will stick to just putting flyers on doors.  To see how that goes. 

      I am really good at copyrighting and I think my flyer is quite alarming.  Alarming enough I think to get them to call me for a free security test. 

      Amazingly….I would say 80% or more of homeowners still have either no security or WEP.  100% of the networks I detect near my home are either open or only WEP secured.  Utterly ridiculous. 

      Admittedly very, very few people are going to go through the hassle of learning how to run Linux and break into their neighbors network but still…the possibility is there and these networks should be secured. 

      Do you know what your neighbor is doing tonight LOL? 

      Carlos

    • #22422
      RoleReversal
      Participant

      @carlos123 wrote:

      I will offer a free penetration test to anyone that wants it.  No charge.  No obligation.

      Carlos, sounds like a good way to prove the requirement. However, IANAL and don’t know much about the laws in your area but generally speaking accessing another’s network or computer equipment is considered illegal in most cases (and in some parts of the world (UK???) may be illegal even with consent). Bottom line is CYA, at a minimum get a signed agreement before you proceed to hit their network.

      Good luck

    • #22423
      Don Donzal
      Keymaster

      Agreed. Be careful not to step over that line. If you ever think of swapping the time line just a little thinking well I’ll prove it first then try to sell them… wrong answer. Lots of legal precedents against this.

      As a time filler while you’re doing your “home pen test” have them watch this:

      http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2007/11/21/60minutes/main3530302.shtml

      Lesley Stahl of 6o Minutes sounds like the average user not knowing what the heck WEP and WPA are, but by the end of this 14 minute segment, she clearly knows why they’re bad. Plus, you should be able to crack WEP in the time it takes to watch this vid. That will scare the crap out of them, and they may start recommending you to their friends.

      For that mater, believe it or not, there are still plenty of SMBs out there that fit your target market. That may be a better clientelle for you to market. And you may be able to charge a little more.

      Hope thishelps and good luck,
      Don

    • #22424
      carlos123
      Participant

      That video by Leslie Stahl is excellent. I think I will include a link to it in my flyer. 

      By the way I would never hack into someone’s network without permission.  I just don’t do business that way.  Hacking first and selling later is just not good business. 

      At the same time I won’t get a signed permission.  A verbal permission is all I will need I think.  Having customers, especially residential customers, sign something, will make it much tougher to make the sale in that they will get scared off. 

      The risk of any of them turning around and calling the cops on me or something when I am at their house to help them secure their network is next to nill and really not worth considering in my opinion. 

      Yes…I will charge more to secure small businesses.  $75 for them.  But I want to get more experience under my belt first.  Residential customers are a bit less inclined to expect a degree or certification and are more inclined to be friendly :). 

      I am still working through some glitches in my training.  My wireless card for example cannot apparently do deauthentication and injection very well if at all (useful in breaking WEP encryption) so I have to try other attacks to break it.  Attacks that are a bit more time consuming. 

      I have to be able to break in and do my stuff in 15 minutes tops or it’s going to be difficult to convince people that I have the skills to secure their network as demonstrated by my being able to break into it :). 

      Thanks again for the input ya all.  It’s kinda surprising that this here little forum seems to be so active.  I’m used to forums that have tens of thousands of users but on the spur of the moment I decided to post here to see if anyone said anything. 

      I’ll keep you all updated on how I do. 

      Oh…I almost forgot.  What’s an SMB?  Small Business? 

      Carlos

    • #22425
      carlos123
      Participant

      Incidentally…I was working on my flyer some and it dawned on me that I might be able to get some good input on it as well. 

      But I don’t know if this forum would allow me to post it for all the world to see it.  Except for the copyright notice which has my personal name on it, there is no other identifying info on it so it’s not like I would be advertising a business.  I just want to get good advice from anyone caring to give it to me. 

      It’s risky to get such input.  I mean someone could just take my flyer, steal it, and use it themselves (even though it’s copyrighted).  Maybe even compete with me.  But it’s a risk I am willing to take to get good input on it. 

      Is that allowed here (I won’t post it unless I am told it is)?  If not would anyone be willing to give me input through private email? 

      Carlos

    • #22426
      unsupported
      Participant

      Personally, I think this business model based solely on residential pen testing is a horrible idea.  It’s not just you.  I used to frequent the Netstumbler forum where every week a different newbie discovered Netstumbler and came up with the same plan.  Think about it from the users perspective.  If they would have cared enough to setup encryption then they would have read the quick start guide that came with their hardware.  All routers I have setup come with it, you don’t even need to read the bigger manual.  I don’t know why someone would decide to pay $25 or $50 for it (Well, unless some helpless grandmother was cornered by the Nerd Herd).

      Additionally, a business model based only upon securing wireless access points is not going to earn you much.  Maybe you should consider doing a basic computer service, which might include anti-virus update / installing patches / removing spyware / scandisk-defrag-del temp files.

      I don’t think starting your own business is a bad idea, just look at it differently.

    • #22427
      jason
      Participant

      Not to rain on your idea, but if someone unknown came to my door and asked to come in and hop on my network and/or machines in order to “secure” my AP, I’d laugh in their face and tell them to read up on their social engineering techniques a bit more.

    • #22428
      KrisTeason
      Participant

      Sounds like something I’d do along with slamming the door once I’m done. Reason I pointed out you should at least show your certification or something is because people may not take you too seriously. If you have such a large grip of how to secure access points and break into them why not at least go for the OSWP cert and / or the CWNP? Surely you could show them that video but if your standing at there door and they can’t tell your experience and the video clearly says, “it can be done as easily as a click of a button”, the customers going to think anyone can do it, this could or could not play a role in them actually wanting to pay you considering that the idea of how you could access their access point just about anyone can do. Following up on what unsupported said, sounds like a bitchen idea; especially if your including those services as well you may be able to make a little bit more cash. I’d even go to as far as getting a buddy together who’s experiences in wireless attacks or even yourself and try to run some tools against the access point you secured to just see if you set up the WPA/WPA2 key to be just as strong. Regardless, just walking up to a neighbors house by yourself without some type of representation of a company you work for or no certifications stating that your clearly the man for the job may be a bad idea.

    • #22429
      carlos123
      Participant

      Boy..is this forum ever a hassle to use! 

      I just penned a reply and it got trashed and lost when I tried to post it as a result of being logged out faster than I indicated I wanted to stay logged in.  Not to mention that the forum is super, super slow in coming up. 

      Oh well…I will try and post later.

      Carlos

    • #22430
      timmedin
      Participant

      Screw the ney-sayers. Take a whack at it. Worst case, no one buys and you are out a few bucks for copies. I wouldn’t do it, but I don’t think it isn’t a bad thing to take a whack at. You may be able to upsell to fix a computer or two.

      As far as the flyer goes, just post it. I find it rather disingenuous that you want us to give you insight, but you don’t want to share the the flyer. Even if someone did (which I doubt) it would be a different market.

    • #22431
      carlos123
      Participant

      Here’s the flyer.  Boy is this forum ever slow….

      The flyer looks much, much better in Microsoft .doc format if anyone wants me to send them a copy.  But the wording is as it is below.  I’m not entirely happy with it yet but it’s getting there. 

      As usual…any input is appreciated. 

      Incidentally I don’t think it’s incongrous for me to hesitate to give out the flyer.  It’s one thing to just banter back and forth with an idea but quite another to give out a flyer that someone down the street from me can just go copy and start using in direct competition against me :). 


      Do you leave your front door unlocked at night while sleeping?
      Do you let nosy neighbors browse through your important papers?

      If you wouldn’t dream of doing that then…why would you allow others to steal your internet service, invade your privacy, and potentially do illegal things in your name by leaving your Internet connection improperly secured? 

      If your wireless internet connection is not secured properly…people using readily available hardware and software who are as close as your neighbors, can steal your internet access for themselves, uncover your usernames and passwords, read your email, track what you do and where you go online, and more without your knowledge or permission! 

      Don’t let others spy on you or use your internet to do things they would never do in front of you!

      Let me do a free penetration test and security analysis of your wireless internet connection.

      If I can break into your network, before your very eyes…your network is not secure. 

      If I can’t break in…it’s secure enough to keep even the U.S. government out!

      There is absolutely no charge or obligation to have me come out and do a free penetration test and security analysis.  If your network is not secure and you want me to implement changes to make it secure…the charge is only $50.  Otherwise, I will walk away content in the knowledge that I helped you become aware of how insecure your wireless internet connection really is. 

      Call me at 1-877-xxx-xxxx and leave me your name and number.  I will call you back to set up a time to come out and do a free penetration test and security analysis. 

      Don’t access another online banking site, send out an email you wish to keep private, or surf anywhere you don’t want your neighbors to know about before you call me!  Don’t put this off another minute!  Call me today! 

      Carlos Gonzalez
      Wireless Network Consultant
      1-877-xxx-xxxx

      PS.  I also offer a free penetration test and security analysis for businesses as well but the charge to make such networks secure is $75 (as opposed to $50 for residential homes). 

      PSS.  If you don’t beleive what I am saying about the general insecurity of wireless internet connections…go to the following web sites: http://www.tinyurl.com/dfhtoa shows someone cracking WEP encryption in one minute and http://www.tinyurl.com/5hr5ol is a shocking and eye opening report by 60 minutes! 


      Copyright © 2009 by Carlos Gonzalez.  All rights reserved.

    • #22432
      KrisTeason
      Participant

      I’m feeling it Carlos, don’t know about you saying secure enough to keep the government out though, that’s a little over exaggerated. Let us know how this works out for you.

    • #22433
      carlos123
      Participant

      @KrisTeason wrote:

      I’m feeling it Carlos, don’t know about you saying secure enough to keep the government out though, that’s a little over exaggerated. Let us know how this works out for you.

      That’s fabulous if my flyer makes you feel insecure Kris :). 

      At least I hope that’s what you meant :).  And not some weird attempt to feel my flyer through the computer screen LOL. 

      I’ll have to think about the US government bit.  What I meant is that the US goverment MAY be able to break WPA2 encryption (though it’s certainly not certain that they can) but they won’t bother doing so.  It would be much, much easier for them to supboena browsing records from the ISP or get a search warrant to take away one’s whole computer :). 

      So…it’s definitely true to say that I can ramp up the security to keep even the U.S. government out.

      In sales…it’s always good to come close to exaggeration but not quite to get people’s attention.  As in saying “Even the government won’t get in!” as opposed to “Individuals seeing your SSID won’t want to take the time to fire up their software and try to get in and see what you are doing online…”. 

      Every word in that flyer is designed to do one thing and one thing only.  Get them to call me.  I must capture their attention in the first two lines or it will end up in the garbage. 

      Carlos

    • #22434
      Don Donzal
      Keymaster

      Just thought I’d chime in on a couple things:

      1. Any idea for which you have passion is worth going for. OK almost any idea.  😉

      2. You made 2 comments about the speed, and I’m not seeing it from my end. Any one else? Also, I’ve had forum posting forms open for a very long time, and it never timed out on me. I’ve had the browser tank and lose my stuff, but not a timeout. Hmmm. Anyway, at the bottom of each forum page is a little stat. Mine reads:

      Page created in 0.032 seconds with 24 queries.

      Don’t get much faster than that.

      Good luck,
      Don

    • #22435
      carlos123
      Participant

      Hi Don,

      Yeah…mine says…

      Page created in 35.059 seconds with 29 queries.

      That’s 35 SECONDS!  And presumably 29 database queries!

      A bit much…even for a patient guy like me :).  If it wasn’t for the good participation in this thread I would have said bye, bye long ago. 

      Carlos

    • #22436
      KrisTeason
      Participant

      I’m getting Page created in 0.056 seconds with 31 queries don. It’s not that it makes me feel insecure, I’d feel insecure if a OSCP/OSWP guy was attacking my network. ;D

    • #22437
      carlos123
      Participant

      Well if it wasn’t that it made you feel insecure I guess…well…I guess I will just chalk your statement up to your expressing a desire to feel my flyer through the computer screen or something LOL. 

      Just kidding Kris! 

      Hmmm…regarding the speed.

      On first visiting page by clicking on an email link giving notice of a reply.  Browser not opened but opened automatically by system (Linux Ubuntu using Firefox version 3.0.6).
      Page created in 9.65 seconds with 23 queries.

      On signing in with persistance of login set to forever.
      Page created in 0.04 seconds with 28 queries.
      There’s NO WAY the page took only 4/10th of a second to load. 

      The number of queries does not appear to be the problem.  It’s something else though I have little clue as to what it might be.  I’ll be back later today. 

      Carlos

    • #22438
      jason
      Participant

      I’m thinking that the slowness may be on the client end of things

      Page created in 0.039 seconds with 28 queries.

    • #22439
      timmedin
      Participant

      Too many words. Look at the ones done by pro marketing and ad people. I might use the first two paragraphs. People might read three sentences. Figure out a good graphic to put on it too.

      Also, do NOT use the words “penetration test.” People do not know what that is. If you hand that out with those words on in people are going to look at you funny.

    • #22440
      carlos123
      Participant

      @timmedin wrote:

      Too many words.

      I’ll have to think about that one some Tim.  I’ve seen some “professional” ads that pull real well that are ten times as long as mine.  Don’t want to say too much but don’t want to say too little too. I’ll work on it some.

      Also, do NOT use the words “penetration test.” People do not know what that is. If you hand that out with those words on in people are going to look at you funny.

      Hmmm…now that’s a winner Tim.  Excellent suggestion. I kinda wondered about that word myself.  Sounds almost…well…I won’t go there…but I hope you know what I mean :). 

      Definitely have to find an alternative phrase.  Pen test isn’t good either.  Customers might really think I’m nutty if a say I want to come over and test their pens LOL. 

      Hmmm…..

      Let’s see…instead of penetration test…maybe…

      Intrusion test?
      Hack proof test?
      How easy it is to get into their network and figure out their hidden SSID and use a sniffer to uncover their packets, and see if I can force any ARP packets to be generated…test? 

      Hmmm…I’ll have to think about that one some. 

      Thanks for the suggestion Tim. 

      Carlos

      PS.  Anyone else running Firefox 3.0.6 under Ubuntu and viewing this site?  How’s your speed of page disaply?  Now…instead of showing a lot of seconds before display…it shows an acceptable seconds time but the page continues to load very, very s-l-o-w-l-y.

    • #22441
      timmedin
      Participant

      Computer Security Test
      Wireless Hacking Test
      Data Safety Test

      As far as the words, think about the stuff people give you. They say you have no more than three sentenses for people to figure out what is going on. If they are interested they will read on.

    • #22442
      carlos123
      Participant

      Thanks for the suggestion Tim.  Excellent! 

      I wonder if anyone has done an open source flyer before LOL.  You know…a collaborative creation of a flyer just like open source projects.  Kinda neat I think.  Might have some promise as a methodology :).

      You know the forum seems to have become super fast for me now that I made some chanes to display options.  Don’t know why but among other things I changed it to make the last post appear first.  It’s really flying now. 

      Carlos

    • #22443
      carlos123
      Participant

      For anyone interested…I revised my flyer based in part on input I got here.

      The new version (below) is rewritten in the form of a personal letter.  If anyone has any futher thoughts on it, I would appreciate hearing them.  It’s actually still rather long but I just don’t see how I can shorten it down more without diluting the impact of it to get a prospective customer to call me. 

      I’ll be signing each flyer with my signature that will say just “Carlos”.

      There will be no door-to-door knocking.  Just leaving flyers. 


      Hi there,

      It’s me, Carlos.  Sorry I missed you but I just wanted to ask you a few questions.  I hope you don’t mind.  Their rather personal but I really think it’s important that I ask you these questions. 

      Do you leave your front door unlocked at night while sleeping?  Do you let nosy neighbors browse through your important papers?  If you wouldn’t dream of doing either…why would you allow others to access your internet connection without your permission or knowledge?

      Did you know that most residential internet connections are easily broken into?  That others, as close as your neighbors, can snoop on where you go and what you do on the Internet?  Even steal some of your usernames and passwords and use your connection to do things they would never do in front of you?

      If it’s okay with you I’d like to stop by and test your internet connection to see how secure it really is.  The test is absolutely free and you are under no obligation.  If your internet is insecure and easily broken into….I can either charge you $50 to make it secure or walk away content in the knowledge that I pointed out how insecure it really is to you. 

      Just call me at 1-877-xxx-xxxx and leave me your name and number if you want me to check your internet connection for free. 

      We don’t know each other yet but may I say that you shouldn’t access another online banking site, send out another email you wish to keep private, or surf anywhere you don’t want your neighbors to know about before you call me to test your internet connection!  Don’t put this off another minute! 

      Call me today! 

      Carlos Gonzalez
      Wireless Network Consultant
      1-877-xxx-xxxx

      PS.  I also offer free wireless security testing for businesses as well but the charge to make such networks secure is $75 (as opposed to $50 for residential homes). 

      PSS.  If you don’t believe there might be a problem with the security of your internet connection go to http://www.tinyurl.com/dfhtoa.  It shows someone cracking WEP encryption in one minute and http://www.tinyurl.com/5hr5ol is a shocking and eye opening report by 60 minutes! 


      Copyright © 2009 by Carlos Gonzalez.  All rights reserved.

    • #22444
      timmedin
      Participant

      Hi there,

      It’s me, Carlos.  Sorry I missed you but I just wanted to ask you a few questions.  I hope you don’t mind.  Their rather personal but I really think it’s important that I ask you these questions. 

      First paragraph is where you grab readers and there is no useful info there. If this showed up at my house I would throw it away since I don’t know any Carlos.

      Do you leave your front door unlocked at night while sleeping?  Do you let nosy neighbors browse through your important papers?  If you wouldn’t dream of doing either…why would you allow others to access your internet connection without your permission or knowledge?

      Separate this into three separate lines and emphasize them. This is how you catch people’s attention.

      Add details about the 60 minutes piece here.

      Did you know that most residential internet connections are easily broken into?  [s:1naneq7i]That others, as close as[/s:1naneq7i] your neighbors, can snoop on where you go and what you do on the Internet?  Even steal some of your usernames and passwords and use your connection to do things they would never do in front of you! [s:1naneq7i]?[/s:1naneq7i]

      If it’s okay with you I’d like to stop by and test your internet connection to see how secure it really is.  The test is absolutely free and you are under no obligation.  If your internet is insecure and easily broken into I can fix it or walk away, your choice. It only costs $48.50 to protect you and your family.[s:1naneq7i]either charge you $50 to make it secure fix it or walk away content in the knowledge that I pointed out how insecure it really is to you[/s:1naneq7i]. 

      Just call me at 1-877-xxx-xxxx and leave me your name and number if you want me to check your internet connection for free. 

      [s:1naneq7i]We don't know each other yet but may I say that you shouldn't[/s:1naneq7i] Don’t access another online banking site, send [s:1naneq7i]out[/s:1naneq7i] another  private email [s:1naneq7i]you wish to keep private[/s:1naneq7i], or surf anywhere you don’t want your neighbors to know about before you call me to test your internet connection!  Don’t put this off another minute! 

      Call me today! 

      Carlos Gonzalez
      Wireless Network Consultant
      1-877-xxx-xxxx

      [s:1naneq7i]PS. [/s:1naneq7i] I also offer free wireless security testing for businesses for just $72 [s:1naneq7i]as well but the charge to make such networks secure is $75 (as opposed to $50 for residential homes). [/s:1naneq7i]

      [s:1naneq7i]PSS.  If you don't believe there might be a problem with the security of your internet connection go to http://www.tinyurl.com/dfhtoa.  It shows someone cracking WEP wireless encryption in one minute and http://www.tinyurl.com/5hr5ol is a shocking and eye opening report by 60 minutes![/s:1naneq7i]

      I didn’t take out much, but I still think it needs to be *much* shorter. Just think of all the “junk” that shows up at your house and how few seconds it takes before you throw it away.

    • #22445
      carlos123
      Participant

      Thanks for your valuable input Tim. 

      Sigh…I guess I need to work on it some more.  It’s not every day I get to run a flyer by others such that I can get input before I even use it :).  Great stuff. 

      Regardless…I will be running some tests with different flyers to see which one pulls the most.  It will be interesting to see which flyer elicits the most responses.  Since they are so cheap to print I can try each version and get the results quickly.  My toll free number company will even sell me new toll free numbers at $5 per month each to try different marketing tactics.  Or I can use different extensions in each flyer for free. 

      Thanks again. 

      Carlos

    • #22446
      carlos123
      Participant

      Okay here’s a new version based on your input Tim.  I do like it much better I think. 

      I won’t bother signing this version.  It will just be a straight copy. 


      Hi there,

      Do you leave your front door unlocked at night while sleeping? 

      Do you let nosy neighbors browse through your important papers? 

      If you wouldn’t dream of doing either…why would you allow others to access your internet connection without your permission or knowledge?

      Did you know that most residential internet connections are easily broken into? 

      60 minutes did a shocking news report a while back on how easily wireless internet connections can be hacked and broken into (http://www.tinyurl.com/5hr5ol).

      Your neighbors and others can snoop on where you go and what you do on the Internet, even steal some of your usernames and passwords and use your connection to do things they would never do in front of you!

      If it’s okay with you I’d like to stop by and test your internet connection to see how secure it really is.  The test is absolutely free and you are under no obligation.  If your internet is insecure and easily broken into….I can fix it for $49.95, or walk away.  The choice is yours. 

      Is $49.95 worth peace of mind that what you do with your own internet connection is your own business and nobody else’s? 

      Just call me at 1-877-xxx-xxxx and leave me your name and number if you want me to check your internet connection for free. 

      Don’t access another online banking site, send another private email, or surf anywhere you don’t want your neighbors to know about before you call me to test your internet connection!  Don’t put this off another minute! 

      Call me today! 

      Carlos Gonzalez
      Wireless Network Consultant
      1-877-xxx-xxxx

      PS.  I also offer free wireless security testing for businesses as well but the charge to make such networks secure is $75 (as opposed to $50 for residential homes). 

      PSS.  If you think WEP encryption is all the protection you need check out http://www.tinyurl.com/dfhtoa.  It shows someone cracking WEP encryption in about one minute flat!


      Copyright © 2009 by Carlos Gonzalez.  All rights reserved.

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