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Eircom Grabber 1.0

photoThis program allows you to get onto any eircom wifi router with the default WEP password set. It duplicates the functionality of s4dd.yore.ma/eircom/ which is of little use if you don’t have a net connection. As the 3GS has really bad reception in rural ireland this is really of use for emergency emails and skype phone calls or cases in a pub or restaurant where you are a paying customer and they won’t give you net access. The program was compiled to run OS 2.2.1 and greater and is know able to run on 3.0 and 3.1

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7 Responses

  1. Jonathan says:

    Can you help use this app I don’t get it.

  2. abhishek says:

    i dont get it either….
    any body has an idea?
    there were more than 17000 downloads of this app.

  3. Darren says:

    Hey Guys, dont worry about it. its only relevant in Ireland where a broadband carrier(eircom) has thousands of wifi hotspots dotted around the country, when you see them pop up on your available network list they display an 8 digit SSID, when you enter this id into eircomgrabber and it supplies the corresponding WEP key!

  4. travis says:

    Anyone know a good wep pw cracker?

  5. travis says:

    Anyone know a good wep pw cracker for the iphone 3?

  6. Bob says:

    Ok but how do I use it I put in the info and nothing happened

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