Best Information Security Commercial Evah…

Say what you will about LIGATT security, the publicly traded (around 0.0004) Georgia company headed by self styled security expert and convicted felon (federal conspiracy and wire fraud) Gregory Evans: they are responsible for what might be the greatest information security commercial ever created.

As you can see, the protagonist is down on his luck, but he has a plan to change that. It starts by sitting outside your house with a laptop while you sleep, and attacking your wireless…well, just watch:


At one point its unclear whether he’s going to crack a WEP key or someone’s head with the way he’s holding that laptop.

And where did that laptop come from in the driveway anyway?

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  1. Armorguy says:

    In defense of my fair state I must say that while LIGATT is currently based in Georgia it is, in fact, a California corporation…

    ;-)

    • Prefect says:

      The fair state of Georgia needs no defense here. Savannah is one of my favorite cities.

  2. winr4r says:

    Moral of the story: LIGATT will spend thirty seconds setting your router up to use WPA2.

    Fuck, where’s my checkbook.

  3. ken5m1th says:

    This is so freakin’ lame it’s not funny. I bet he’ll show you how to make millions by placing small ads in the newspaper! You’ll get all the girls and fancy cars too.

    Just sad.

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