when i scan for network access sometimes fbi security van comes up is it real or a joke

laurel lemke
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ttopp
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Sounds like someone just changed their SSID (network name) to "FBI Security Van." I named mine after my cat, but I assure you that she is actually sound asleep and not monitoring network traffic.  Well, at least that is what she wants us to think. 

jimlynch
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Somebody has a sense of humor in your area. Heh, heh.

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