If you use linux and your card supports packet injection you can use airodump to capture packets and see who is transmitting the most data.
Your card does not need to support packet injection in order to run airodump. You only need packet injection support to inject packets with aireplay while capturing them with airodump on the same interface.
but you need an HTPC setup and to navigate to Hulu via a browser
Actually I was pleased to find out about Hulu Desktop.
It works with my Media Center remote and you can even integrate it with Windows Media Center.
You still need an HTPC, but it is much better than having to use a keyboard and mouse to navigate the web page.
As with the previous attack, a lot of stars have to be in alignment. The biggest requirement is that TKIP has be the key type, not AES-CCMP. An attacker has to be proximate to sniff traffic and inject packets. The router has to be running Linux, like many Wi-Fi routers do. The router doesn't need to be compromised; there's a particular Wi-Fi packet sequence that's more predictable, and thus easier to use in the attack. Network QoS (802.11e/WMM) needs to be enabled as well.
But how could you place a nuclear power plant in a desert without a river to cool it?
Perhaps you could use the river of treated sewer waste from a nearby city?
"Just think of a computer as hardware you can program." -- Nigel de la Tierre