When resources are snatched, people become criminals


When the most valuable, as well as a necessary thing, is snatched from people,
then people try to find out other ways of accessing that particular thing by any means. People at that intolerable state, get engaged in research for the alternatives to access it. The methods they try for accessing that desirable necessity, include crime and all illegal activities too.

For a live example, the Internet, which is the most desirable thing and without which most of the important works cannot be done and under that condition, Wifi access is given to people as an alternative. When the mobile network internet connection is banned for some time due to some circumstances, in some areas of a country, people understand that there might be some important reasons for banning it. Some people who have Wireless Fidelity connection can access it without any problem. But when common people are inaccessible to it, they show intolerable attitude, they cannot stop themselves from getting involved in doing crimes and illegal activities to access it.

Nowadays, there are many applications which are used to hack some wifi illegally.
Actually those applications are for the purpose of checking the security and vulnerability and used by people to crack Wps and Wpa wifi passwords and keys.

The use of those applications has been increasing day by day by the common people who want internet access without installing their own Wifi at their home. As these illegal applications are vulnerable, people find it so easy now to steal someone’s wifi connection illegally. Such activities are big crimes.

Not only youth, but also the old generation is accessing those illicit apps and want their work to be done free of cost and easily, which must not be done.

Either Government and concerned authorities should do something and find some more alternatives which are accessible by everyone, and if possible, govt should settle the issue as soon as possible and making the conditions neutral.


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Sahaj Sabharwal