Airport Network Hack Launches The Revolution

Whenever I arrive at an airport, I need to get online right away. It’s not enough they’re overcharging me for my ticket, now they want to charge me $7 for 24 hours of internet. My next flight is in three hours, what could I possibly need 24 hours of internet for. What a rip-off.

Thanks to Felix Geisendörfer of debuggable.com, he’s shown the man that we know when we’re being fed shit by hacking into the Atlanta airport’s network. After several tried and true methods, Felix discovered that by simply placing “/?.jpg” at the end of his favorite URLs, he could visit sites for free. Nice job Felix, you’ve ripped the system and ended fascism.

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