A new F.A.T. project by Addie Wagenknecht, WifiTagger:
WifiTagger is a device to tag wifi networks. It can broadcast up to four lines of 32 characters. Upon selecting a tag as your network, you can tag the wifi spectrum via the WifiTaggers open UI. Tags will be viewable within the list of wifi networks for anyone within the router’s range. WifiTagger lets anyone with a wifi enabled device tag digital space.
- Get a TP-Link WR741ND router (around $10-20)
- Download the wifitagger firmware
- follow the README
- drop modem in public
- connect to “Free Public WifiTagger”, instant unlimited tagging of networks within range, 100% satisfaction guaranteed!!Pssss… You can check out FATS’s very own WifiTaggers all over Chelsea as of November 5th and at FAT GOLD.
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