Sunday Funnies – Funny SSID Names

Here are some clever ideas for funny wireless network names.  Also called a Service Set Identifier or (SSID).  Plus a funny story about one of those names.

From Naked Security:  Why ‘remote detonator’ is a bad name for your Wi-Fi network.  Police and a bomb sniffing dog were called.

Top fifty funniest SSID names: (from buyvia.com)

Here are the top ten:

  1. It Burns When IP
  2. I’m Under Your Bed
  3. Pretty Fly for a Wi-Fi
  4. FBI Surveillance Van #119871
  5. DEA Surveillance #4188A87
  6. I’m In Your Closet
  7. I’m Watching You Now
  8. Skynet Global Defense Network
  9. Let Me Out Of Your Router
  10. Undercover Police Car #751

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