It's immensely tough not to listen to something you don't really want to listen to. "WiFi hacker is working" is something I didn't want to listen because personally I own a very high speed WiFi and I have had trouble protecting it from the schoolkid hackers who read noob things from internet and try it out on my router. It isn't cool. I was aghast when my own kid Danielle was trying to hack the neighbor's WiFi using this application WiFi hacker. I couldn't help but shout at my daughter. Which dad would be cool with her daughter being a stealer? I got furious and went to the application's official website to report it. It just got a little late before I stumbled upon the story behind this application. I filed the report by then. As my daughter would call this application "WiFi unlocker", it merely unlocks the password of the router. We should be conscious of the words we use for there is a huge difference between unlock and hack. Unlock sounds ethical. Hack sounds unethical. My daughter, aged 12, stupidly calls this as unlocker. I am really skeptical of her stupidity because she couldn't give that application a better name. Infact no one could. I did a background check on the creators, mastermind and other members responsible for the development of this application. David Ogle, principal technology architect under Microsoft had this idea buried in his mind. He had to let it out to someone and that's where his close friend Robert K Temme came into picture. Robert, after extensive research, is such a charismatic person that he would volunteer for any noble cause the seconds he hears about it. Design was done and taken care of by David. Robert coded it to perfection for he is the lead software engineer in Microsoft. These guys were never really into testing. They are just not attracted towards testing for some unknown reasons. Barry Roberson, a relatively senior member, Head of Testing Department under Microsoft, has been presented a slideshow of this application. Initially it was asked of Barry by Robert and David for a certain someone working under Barry himself. But Barry couldn't resist the urge of testing an application which has the potentiality to become very huge. So Barry decided to take the credits himself. Guys working under Microsoft know what they are doing. And they would be sued if they were trying their hands on something illegal. If I bring you the story behind the application as if I am affiliated to them and don't explain the legality of this application, the purpose of this article would be defeated. David and Robert, put a proposal to telecommunication industry across 90% of the countries in the world stating "No WiFi subscribed users are using their network to their full potential. It could be improved with the application we develop. We need your assistance for it". This WiFi hacker, which most kids would think this application shows me how to hack WiFi password, merely unveils the password to you only under the circumstance that the corresponding Internet Service Provider of the device you are trying to get the password sends a 128 bit signal which the application can understand either as a "TRUE" or a "FALSE". If a "TRUE" signal is received, it indicates that the WiFi device you are trying to unlock can actually be unlocked because the usage is not maximized. If a "FALSE" signal is received, it indicates that the WiFi device is already in maximum usage. You can't unveil the password to anyone. Lucky for most users, most users don't use their WiFi connection to their fullest.
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