Everyone’s traveling life just got much easier and we have computer security engineer and travel blogger Anil Polat to thank for that.
In a strike of genius, Polat created an interactive map, which he regularly updates, that highlights the wi-fi passwords of networks in 130 airports across the entire world. You read that right.
Users can click on any airport and receive specific instructions detailing where to sit to access the best connection and how to input the password.
The first iteration of Polat’s incredibly useful project was an up-to-date list of airport wireless passwords around the world, which you can still check out right here.
Given his undoubted genius (and the fact that Internet access is required to use the map in the first place), Polat also offers a downloadable offline version of his creation. Mic drop.
Link to original article in Timeout.