Small rugged speakers for your dorm room:
The Fugoo Style-S
- 4 Drivers (2 x 47mm full-range // 2 x 115mm Bass Radiators)
- 20 Watts (93db)
- Waterproof (IP67)
- Can be paired (Like the Fugoo GO!)
- 15 Hours of battery life
- Voice Speakerphone
- Bluetooth 4.2 for 100 feet range
- Less than 1.7lbs
Fugoo Go Portable Speaker
- Half the price of the original Fugoo Speaker
- 12 Watts (92db)
- Dual 52mm drivers + dual bass radiators
- Can be paired IN STEREO!
Protecting myself on a College Network
"What is the best way to protect yourself at college on a college network? I am going to have a NAS, set up there too and what is the best way to protect as much as possible? Unfortunately, my college does not allow routers, so that is out." -- David Bruns
Why are they doing this?
- They need to control the devices on their network
- They need to NOT have rogue WiFi APs that congest the airwaves
- They need to know WHO has done something unauthorized on their network
How are they doing this?
- Scanning for WiFi APs (even hidden ones) -- Possibly running deauth attacks on any non-auth AP
- Most likely, they're also looking at MAC addresses to see if he's using a device registered from a router manufacturer.
- Traffic Inspection: If a single IP (through a NAT) has more active connections than can be expected from a single device, they can escalate your connection to an "inspect the room" search
So... we have two challenges:
- Don't let them DETECT that you're using a router.
- Don't let them SEE that you're using a router.
- Turn off the Wi-Fi
- Close ALL the ports
- No external acccess of your NAS
- Limit multi-device throughput
Cloning your MAC address
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