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Technological Stupidity of Caminar,Inc Nevada Div. (former landlord)

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I'm been told that I gave them to much info ....

all / any comments are welcome >>>

Is this being said from Caminar? I have found that many times Officers in companies are intimidated buy intelligence shown of other fields other than in their little lawn so they tend not to use your help or steer clear. No understanding whatsoever  :icon_scratch: of what their being informed of.

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From:

Jeff Walker

(702) 727-3289 Voice-mail

[email protected]

To:         ........ Via Fax Transmission . March 7, 2007

Caminar, Inc

3233 West Charleston Blvd - Suite 110

Las Vegas, NV 89102

Re:    It has come to my attention that you have imposed your

           technological stupidity yet again on a Pedregal resident.

Heres how:

( I have attempted to keep it to a level most can understand )

You have a Linksys wireless router that broadcasts a signal

that is received from any computer equipped with a wireless

network card or adapter.

( attached file ------ linksys-pic.jpg)

The signal broadcast by your equipment (router)

also sends signals to a variety of users within

the range of that signal (line of sight )-- for free.

( attached file ------   Wi-Fi_logo.jpg)

This, therefore, creates a (access point) hot spot from which others, which may include your employees,

may access your router and the Internet.

According to the last known configuration of the equipment (router);

Your computer is not shown as part of the wireless signal that is broadcast.

So in no way does it affect Caminars files and or security concerns.

To satisfy your concerns you could always do an audit of your files and or records

on the computer connected to the equipment (router).

It is advisable that you have your router configured correctly to broadcast a signal

that is not accessible by the public and up to 54 or 255 users via open airwaves

(settings within the router determines number of users).

Back in July 2006, your Exec Dir in Nevada said

"would not allow me to have access to the Internet installed into my room

because of security concerns and that a hot spot that can be accessed by others".

( quote is shown below in a attached graphic file----- isp-scan.jpg )

The above information makes your past denial and present attitudes laughable.

You Already have been providing a hot spot (AP) because your equipment (router)

is broadcasting a signal over open airwaves that are accessible by anyone.

( It has been broadcast a Open Airwaves signal that I know of: July 2006 to Feb 2007 )

I and Others want to Thank You for providing this free means of Internet access.

I did have other Internet access via Cellular Data that had not a thing to do with Caminar, Inc.

You should be very concerned that someone that is a hacker or is otherwise destructive

has not accessed your system and done major damage.

Allowing the signal to be broadcast without a form of security is foolhardy.

(The router broadcasts as: "linksys" "open network" "no encrypt" )

My bet is that you did not know about it !

Because if you did, the very circumstances that you complain about would not exist

because you would not have created them.

See the attached file -- "isp-scan.jpg"

for letter written July 2006 by Exec Dir in Nevada

For reference and related documents see the following

URLs / web page(s) :

www.jwire.com :

The SSID (Service Set Identifier) is essentially the network name for the wireless portion.

A wireless access point (AP) or Router in "open network mode"

will periodically broadcast a beacon signal

(usually about 10 times each second)

which announces to the world that the network is live

and ready to go.

The beacon also includes data such as the signal strength and functional capabilities of the AP

as well as the SSID and other technicial information that includes ISP Provider info and more

http://www.linksys.com/ ( select model ) --- info on the router

( Default Settings:  Linksys   Open Network   No Encrypt )

(( on some models : The "Linksys" is replaced my the "Model Info" ))

http://www.jwire.com/ what a hot spot is and location look up

http://www.jiwire.com/wi-fi-security-home-networks-1.htm

a very good guide on home network security and how to setup

( you need some technical experence to follow this guide ) 

http://www.cox.com/homenetworking/

share connection with multiple computers  ( Cox Cable - ISP )

www.linksys.com , www.netgear.com , www.dlink.com ,

and many other manuf's of wireless routers and network adapters or cards

If you are openly sharing your WiFi, then you are a service provider.

That's what it says in the Communications Decency Act

It is advisable that you have your router configured correctly to broadcast a signal that is not accessible by the public

via any of the 11 availible channels of open airwaves

=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=

My fees are $55.00 per hour ( 1 hour minimum )

Call my competitors, but they more than likely

will not have a background in electronics like I have.

PhD, Electronics and Computer Technology

Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

Bachelor of Science in Quality Control - ISO9000, Mil Spec's, SMT Spec's

Associate Degree, Electronic Systems Technology

Various Brain bench Certifications

Various Microsoft Certifications

A+ Certification

[email protected]

IM jeffwalker9999 (aol,yahoo,msn/hotmail,skype)

+1-702-727-3289  Voice mail   24 Hours

  I wrote the below letter and sent it to them a few days ago

but now I've been told - way to much info given.

So I'm asking that testmy.net members make comments on the letter I sent

all / any comments are welcome >>>

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Well at this point I guess they just don't care, but since you did ask them about using it and they refused you it would be a win for them in a legal complaint if you are found taping in by Caminar.

As far as way too much information given, maybe so that much in one lump or I guess it would kind of be like showing all your cards.

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Is this being said from Caminar? I have found that many times Officers in companies are intimidated buy intelligence shown of other fields other than in their little lawn so they tend not to use your help or steer clear. No understanding whatsoever  :icon_scratch: of what their being informed of.

trying to inform them that they have a

Linksys wireless router that broadcasts a signal

that is received from any computer equipped with a wireless

network card or adapter.

This, therefore, creates a (access point)

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If a little monetary reimbursement you were hinting to them about, than too much information. You should of told them they had a network security leak you found by just being a neighbor and being well versed in the field could repair it for them at a fraction of cost and keep their system secure.

But I believe you have informed them and if the signal continues, are there any places to rent within range for a short term, I might like to get out of this cold for a short time and keep in touch at home.

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I no longer reside at this place

however

a current tenant is being screewed with because

he to used the 802.11 signal they broadcast to get Internet

with an DLink DWL-G122 USB Adaptor $19.95 @ RadioShack

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