Most Internet Signals Picked Up In One Location

United States Corey Henderson

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New York, New York, United States / February 22, 2011

Corey Henderson picked up 41 internet signals at URDB HQ in New York City’s Chinatown neighborhood.

- must provide video evidence
- both locked and open signals may be counted

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  • United States routerlistz

    routerlistz

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  • United States Pete

    Pete

    Really not that many, I have seen more than that on many occasions.

  • United States UnKnownGamer

    UnKnownGamer

    Nice record! Please be aware that people can use backtrack, Kali or another Linux based operating system to product fake access points that look valid.

  • Canada Darryl Learie

    Darryl Learie

    And leaving in such a populated, and dense metropolis as New York I am sure speaks to the success of this record, I imagine 'one-day' you may get a contender from Japan (which I believe is even more dense and has even more wi-fi hot spots) - eventually is going to get high-tech as one will have to amplify wi-fi signals too weak to be picked up. ;)

  • United States Rob Birdsong

    Rob Birdsong

    HEN-DER-SONNNNN!

  • United States Corey Henderson

    Corey Henderson

    I used an app called InSSIDer for my attempt.

    Also, Verizon, feel free to waive my MiFi fees for 2011.

  • United States Marc

    Marc

    Glad to see Sen. Ted "Tubes" Stevens is now writing record category titles for urdb.

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