The History Of The (Fake) 'Free Public WiFi' You Always See At Airports https://www.techdirt.com/articles/20101011/03194311357/the-history-of-the-fake-free-public-wifi-you-always-see-at-airports.shtml
Did you remember seeing a fake Wi-Fi called "Free Public WiFi"? In fact, it was seen in airports around the world. A conspiracy?
In turned out, Windows XP had an bug. When a PC can't find its "favorite" network, it will create an ad-hoc Wi-Fi with the same name.
One day, someone connected to a Wi-Fi called "Free Public WiFi", and went to an airport later... Soon, this virus infected all airports.
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