Student tries to make a point by hacking his school's wifi to send everyone to gay porn.

Student tries to make a point by hacking his school's wifi to send everyone to gay porn.
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You don't need to visit meatspin.com. Especially if you are at work. Or around people.

Benjamin Blouin, 26, wanted to demonstrate the fact that Florida State University's wi-fi network had major security flaws. So he got into the system's settings and changed it so anyone accessing campus wi-fi was redirected to meatspin.com, a shock website like goatse or lemonparty that plays a gay sex clip on loop with "You Spin Me Round (Like A Record)" as its backing track. Now, the school requires all students to use a login and password to access the network. This is exactly what Blouin Wanted, since previously the network was open and exposed users to identity theft. However, Blouin also spent a night in jail and is now suspended from campus. You win some, you lose some.

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