So apparently 'Dave Balcar' who makes home networks was talking about 'drive by hackers' who have laptops and drive by houses with wireless networks and just by connecting they get access to all the files on the other computers. Does this not make sense to anyone else? First off, they would have to find a network in which the computers on the network would have to have shared files and having all of the 'confidential information' placed in these shared files. Give me a break! Oh, they also showed someone who drove down some street in Texas where they have a lot of offices and apparently he got a total of 134 wireless networks and 70 of them were insecure. Are you kidding me? 134! I have a home network in my house that is 2.4ghz/5ghz and there is no WAY IN HELL it would reach half as far as it would have to that this guy is talkin about. How are there that many wireless networks without any interference. There are only a handful of channels that the wireless devices could use, and if he picked up 134 on one street, that would mean that ever 6 of these networks would be on the same connection as another. I hope Dave is a member of this forum so i could have a lil talk with him about computer technology and wireless networking. Also, another person said that 'all one has to do to make their wireless network secure is flip a couple of switches and its safe.' Yeah ok, sir, you can show me which SWITCHES i have to FLIP to make my wireless connection secure, what a *****! You have to go into the firmware and set in the encryption, yeah, that's almost like flipping a switch. :evil: Why is it that i see the biggest morons talking about computers on tv.