Forgive me if this is in the wrong forum. I'm in college right now and the public wifi is really bad. I used to get .5 Mbps down, but now I'm getting sub .05. I didn't like my roommate so I decided to try and steal his wifi to get back at him for being a douche bag. He leaves his router out in the common area so I tried to log in using the WPA2 Key listed on the sticker of the router. I figured that since he left the SSID as the factory default, hopefully he would leave the password the same as well. It turns out he didn't and it made me sad. I tried doing WPS but it wasn't enabled on the router. I next took an Ethernet cord and plugged in my laptop directly to the router. I tried logging into the routers login page because sometimes it shows the password on the security page, but the default password seems to have been changed. What can I do? The router's model number is MI424WR. Does that model have some kind of security flaw? I did a speed test using his connection and it hits 80+. I'm sure he won't notice any dips if I leach off him. I only plan on streaming tv shows. I won't game or download anything. He's also extremely rich. He has 2 laptops, a windows pc, an iMac, an iPad, appleTV, and all sorts of rich people stuff. Is there a way to get the password for his wifi or connect to it? I know I could just hold the reset button on the router and restore it to default settings, but he'll obviously find out. I'm looking for a sneaky way in, and once I'm in to leave no trace. Should I just delete the logs if they are kept? As long as I'm offline when he's around, I won't show up under the MAC address list, right? Any help is appreciated.