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Monitor mode lets you see all the traffic going through a network and how many devices are connected to it, but it can also be used for more nefarious purposes. If you're patient enough, you can crack the WEP key on a network by capturing data packets in monitor mode.
Cracking wi-fi password is really not good considering your using the services paid for by others. But this article, is an eye-opener that its really easy to crack wi-fi nowadays, using these gadgets. Hope internet providers will find a way to correct this. I think net connection will slow down if many are using the net. This is actually the reality happening even in some areas. It is really on the discretion of the user.
I have found its faster to disable security and just have Mac filtering on. Only way to connect is clone an allowed mac address. Also funny to see the log every couple days and all the timed out attempts others have done.
StabilizedThis is automatically set by the Plug-in and script, you should never have to think about it. However, for advanced users, it simply toggles whether the mesh is stabilized or moved. Useful if you change a few tracking points on your stabilized comp, then want to copy and paste your Lockdown effect to your un-stabilized comp. You can just paste then toggle Stabilized to off.Internalize Selected PointsThis puts all the points INSIDE the plug-in away, from your view. This is going to make every step of working with Lockdown faster. Tracked points are internalized by default.Externalize Selected PointsThis takes your selected points, and exposes them as normal position keyframes at the bottom of the Lockdown Plug-in, under the \"Externalized Points\" dropdown. You should only ever externalize points when you notice errors in the track and want to modify them. Whenever you're done editing points and want to start building a mesh, re-internalize them. It's not recommended to use expressions with these points, or connect them to outside rigging, at this point it's something we haven't tested. We are currently allowing externalized points to be used as part of a mesh with the hopes that eventually this will become advantageous, but please just internalize your points in all normal situations.Externalized PointsYou are given 4 total points which you can manually edit within the typical After Effects graph editor. This used to be 500, but we found that it was causing significant slow down with user interaction speeds.To get points in from Mocha, you can paste the four corner position data into the externalized points. Upon pasting, an externalized point will be created. Again, please internalize these as soon as possible.Internal Keyframe time refThis is a reference keyframe. A big problem with Lockdown's internalized keyframes is that they are 'oblivious' to what timecode they should appear at. Whenever you track, Lockdown takes this keyframe, and places it at the in-point of the shot. All the internal keyframes look at this keyframe and say \"I should appear x frames after this reference keyframe\" in order to stay in sync with the rest of the project. Please note that you should never have to touch or think about this parameter if you use the script and follow the steps from 1-9. The most common place this may be useful is if you're conforming color footage, and the timecode changes on a clip when you do a footage swap. For a simple example:You track some raw footage which is 45 seconds long. Your in-point is at 30 seconds in. When you track, Lockdown places the \"internal keyframe time ref\" here, at your in-point. Now you receive some new footage back from a colorist, but it's only 10 seconds long. If you paste Lockdown to the color footage, the timecode isn't the same, so Lockdown doesn't know which frames it's keyframes should be on. You can find the same exact frame in the color footage, and slide this \"internal keyframe time ref\" to its position, and now the tracking will match exactly, even though the timecode is different.
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