Everett Wireless Own3d by Anonymous
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Update 7/26/2015: Sorry we have been offline. What a surprise finding our hack site was itself hacked! Restored from backup and reset password today. We are back!
Free Phone Plan
Use Android devices to place free calls over wifi. Google Voice no longer works with android apps. As a consequence, android users can only place and receive calls with it as they would with a desktop computer, via the non-mobile version of the Google Mail web site. As a consequence, Groove IP's mobile app has switched to using RingTo as their voice over IP (VOIP) provider. For a more technical explanation, go here, or just install Groove IP to place calls. Google Voice users can still receive voicemail translated into textual notifications.
Free wifi plan
Find free wifi near you.
The Wigle free wireless hotspot map is much more complete, but including it here would slow down page loading significantly.
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If this map seems incomplete it's because it comes from customers who reported on a wifi experience, or companies who have gone through the trouble to make mapping services aware of their wifi. Put your business on maps like these by setting up a free wifi hotspot and letting various mapping services know about it. We can help!
Mobile Anonymous Browsing (MAB)
An unintended consequence of wireless providers disabling tethering on Android phones has been educating the public about network blocking technologies such as what's going on in China, proxies, phone unlocking, rooting, and anonymous browsing. Everybody's doing it.
Tor. There are a plethora of apps on the Android Play store promising to get around USB tether block. Most of them don't work. They want root access, or they serve ads, and who knows what else. The ones that do work are being scoped out by wireless providers. Tor is suspected of being compromised as well, but it is still useful for getting around tether block, if you don't mind being spied on. Here are some alternatives. Serval Mesh network also gets around tethering blocks and poor service. The general unavailability of widespread, free wireless broadband in the "greatest nation on earth" is proof that the surveillance state is crippled, at best.
Review the proxy settings of the chosen anonymity tool, once it has been installed on the Android device. The PC can connect to those ports. Install adb (It comes with the Android SDK. Some Linux, Mac users already have it in the repos, probably). Connect phone via USB cable and turn on USB debugging. Forward proxy port to the PC with adb forward, e.g. adb forward tcp:8118 tcp:8118 and then set up PC's browsers (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, etc.) to use proxy localhost on that port. Enjoy!
Wifi Tether block
According to our crack, 5-minute research team, mobile carriers typically block wifi tether, a.k.a. mobile hotspot, because they figure that if they block people from sharing their mobile connection they will get more people signing up for data service. Or it could be that they think they will get more business by treating their customers like dirt. Either way, wifi tether blocking is a flimsy, plastic gate that anyone can step over with free and open source tools like these. Who knows, really. Ask corporate.
Yes, we advocate unlocked, unencumbered, free, open-source software and hardware here. Do not accept locked substitutes, or worse, pay for them! If the wallet is bursting and must pay for something, pay someone for open source development, buy something from our sponsors in the ad banners, or give to a local charity.
Get free Internet
Want high speed wifi Internet everywhere you go? Help us reach that goal by setting up a separate and secure guest wifi hotspot at your home or workplace. Not only is it good PR to have a free hotspot for your customers and neighbors, it can be handy to find information in emergencies or just plain the right thing to do.
Unfortunately, some ISPs and plans limit what you can do with your Internet connection. The open wireless movement is working to change this.
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