Fallen Archangel Posted July 19, 2015 Share Posted July 19, 2015 So I'm a student in IT Security, and I live in a really small town. I know most of the members of the local police department. The town is really small, so the police department usually has about eight people working at a time, and the building is about the size of an average convience store or two. Unofficially, they are wanting me to give a demostration of a few things related to hacking and monitoring, stuff that might help them in their line of work, including the WiFi Pineapple Mk5. I already have a bunch of stuff prepared, but I'm wanting to know where I stand on the legalities of this. Like I said, the entire thing is unofficial, and I could probably launch a couple hundred attacks on their network and no one would care. But just to be safe, I'm not going to be doing that. I plan on bringing my own network equiptment and pretty much setting up a fake network to demonstrate on. But one thing they do want me to do is get the password of their WiFi connection. I've already made two videos showing different ways to do this, but it was on my own network. They are wanting to see me do it live. What do I need to do in order to not have this come back and possible haunt me later? Like I said, they know I'm doing it, and I've been given verbal permission, but I'm just wanting to be safe here. Any advice? Thanks. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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