First CAN-SPAM Act conviction highlights Wi-Fi security

10/1/2004 | Silicon.com (U.K.) · CNET

A pornographer who used Wi-Fi hotspots to send spam e-mail to thousands of Internet users pleaded guilty and faces up to three years in prison for unauthorized use of a computer. The conviction is the first under the CAN-SPAM Act and involves "wardriving," or searching for unprotected Wi-Fi hotspots.

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