socrates( u are an old member here... heard ne one caught ne legal issue here
), It's not hacking ne 1's account. My friend is giving account by his consent
& by legality sharing an account is not prohibited
Unless its mentioned in some guidelines provided by the ISP company here MTNL (not mentioned in their site :hysterical: )
& for consequences... ever heard of someone previously being jailed,fined etc for this thingy?? many will say they have seen for hacking/boosting routers
but not this... :iomg:
i like to know the technical point of port binding ( how they do tht)!!
In our country they won't caught/penalize ,unless someone registers a complaint about it against you. (like various Nigerian lottery scam, social networking account hacking etc).
My friend won't complain about me, MTNL won't be able to detect it even if they detect (as there are still many having 2mbps plan while paying less than that) they won't complain for just Rs1000 broadband plan. They will loose more than that if they get to go the legal way.
I don’t mean to pontificate but Its very sad you think that way. :icry: Let me put it this way, even if your friend has given you permission to use his broadband connection, what you are trying is legally hacking. To use you your friend’s connections legally you can use it from his premises or take an extension line to your premises for which you have to take ISP permission, else its illegal.:readtherules: As a member here I felt it was my duty to bring it to your notice. Whether one is caught or not is not the way to decide what is right & wrong, after that it’s your decision.
BTW Even answering your question make one as accessory in crime.