A few points:
- The specially-encoded rays being emitted by your hundred-dollar wireless router aren’t smart enough to stop and turn back when they get to the edge of your apartment.
- Your Windows shares, equipped as they are with default passwords, are therefore world-readable and, perk up now, world-writable.
- Thanks for sharing.
I’m not admitting to anything here, of course, but I’m suddenly curious about the legal details surrounding guest/guest passwords on world-accessible shares. For example, is what I’ve just done (a) tantamount to accessing a public FTP site or (b) five to fifteen?