Wireless Security
Re: anyone allergic to wifi? May 28 2008 04:58PM
Mario Spinthiras (mspinthiras gmail com) (1 replies)
Re: anyone allergic to wifi? May 28 2008 04:58PM
Mario Spinthiras (mspinthiras gmail com) (1 replies)
R: anyone allergic to wifi? May 30 2008 09:44AM
Vega - Brunello Ivan (I Brunello vegaspa it)
I've been working on networks for some time now.
I own a cell phone since 2000.

Both wireless networks and cellular phones are something we can't live with.
Both COULD have deep impact on our health: it is to be proven on wireless,
but high frequencies radio signals are known to be "not so good".
(never wondered why a microwave oven is - often poorly - shielded?)

Please don't blindly say "everybody do it, then we're not wrong".
I'd better say "we know, but this is the best we have done so far;
maybe in future we'll find something better, and healthier".

(meanwhile, I personally gave up that nifty Bluetooth accessories which
come with my cell phone, and use that ugly cable one)

Maybe not the best sentence to tell on "wifisec" ML, and maybe lot of flames will hit me.
But, cannot be silent on this.

My two eurocents.

Ivan Brunello

-----Messaggio originale-----
Da: listbounce (at) securityfocus (dot) com [email concealed] [mailto:listbounce (at) securityfocus (dot) com [email concealed]] Per conto di Mario Spinthiras
Inviato: mercoledì 28 maggio 2008 18.59
A: Kevin Reiter
Cc: wifisec (at) securityfocus (dot) com [email concealed]
Oggetto: Re: anyone allergic to wifi?


Ive been staring at this message for some time now in my inbox and I just clicked on Arthur Firstenberg's wikipedia page. To be honest , I refused to take a person that refers to global telecommunication theories seriously. Secondly , if he was homeless because the rest of the billions of people are doing what he isnt , and he thinks hes right , well he deserves to be homeless since he didndt have a job.

As far as hypersensitivity and his problem in general , I would find it easier to prove that he is wrong and that he is certificable first than actually proving that what we have been doing for so many years now is just super wrong. Billions of averagely normal people vs one guy who had a bad dental visit bundled up with a conspiracy theory.
Real firm and real.

Warm Regards,
Mario A. Spinthiras
Blog: http://www.spinthiras.net
Mail: mspinthiras (at) gmail (dot) com [email concealed]
Skype: smario125

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