Blogger-traveler has created a map that contains the passwords from many points of Internet access in airports around the world. The map is constantly updated on the basis of his personal experience, and with the help of other tourists.
Data that will help many passengers, collected Anil Polat (Anil Polat). Having education in the field of computer security, he left his job and began to live in travel. Since 2006, he has a blog, which shares his impressions about different countries. During this time, Anil was attended by about 80 countries, including such exotic as Palau or Yemen.
One day he came up with the idea to collect passwords from the airport access points to the Internet. Many tourists know what the problem gives and the lack of Wi-Fi or complexity of registration. It is often required to fill out a questionnaire with lots of personal data, and then to obtain access to the network for 15 minutes.
Your card blogger struck by the amount of information that could gather themselves. Especially useful are the tips for Internet entry, only a limited number of persons. for Example, at Amsterdam airport, you can sit next to the business lounge and to connect to the network using data provided by the Amil.
The map is constantly updated. The contribution and the Amil, continued on his way across the planet, and everyone is welcome. The information is available even offline: for this we first need to download the app, developed by blogger