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4.3 million Brits admit ‘hacking’ their neighbours’ Wi-Fi 

As many as 2.7 million Brits admit they have hacked their neighbours’ Wi-Fi after their own internet went down, with a further 1.6 million doing so after they’d been given access on a previous occasion  A fifth of perpetrators will spend over 2 hours guessing passwords, attempting combinations of pet (28 per cent) and child […]

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