Some genius created a map that reveals all the Wi-FI passwords in airports around the world

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Traveling just got so much easier thanks to one genius.

Anil Polat is a computer engineer and travel blogger, who has been writing about his worldly adventures for the past 6 years. Interested in how "culture, technology and travel" blend together, Polat travels the world (he's been to 80 countries), sharing his wisdom on how people can travel smarter.

One of his current ongoing projects is titled "WiFox". The app features a detailed map of various airports around the world, revealing their wifi and lounge passwords. The map is updated in realtime. Polat sources information from travelers and pilots -- so you know it's legit.

Polat's app even includes details on hot spot information, which gates offer the strongest signals, how to get around time restrictions and more. It's becoming quite the bible for travelers.

You can read more about Anil's work on his website.

Scroll through to see the world's busiest airports:

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The 16 busiest airports in the world
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The 16 busiest airports in the world

No. 16. Singapore Changi Airport (SIN): 55,449,000 passengers in 2015

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No. 15. John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK): 56,827,154 passengers in 2015

(REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton)

No. 14. Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS): 58,284,864 passengers in 2015

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No. 13. Shanghai Pudong International Airport (PVG): 60,053,387 passengers in 2015

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No. 12. Frankfurt Airport (FRA): 61,032,022 passengers in 2015

(REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski)

No. 11. Istanbul Ataturk Airport (IST): 61,836,781 passengers in 2015

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No. 10. Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW): 64,072,468 passengers in 2015

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No. 9. Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG): 65,766,986 passengers in 2015

(REUTERS/Jacky Naegelen)

No. 8. Hong Kong International Airport (HKG): 68,283,407 passengers in 2015

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No. 7. Los Angeles International Airport (LAX): 74,937,004 passengers in 2015

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No. 6. Heathrow Airport (LHR): 74,989,795 passengers in 2015

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No. 5. Tokyo International Airport (HND): 75,316,718 passengers in 2015

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No. 4. Chicago O'Hare International Airport (ORD): 76,949,504 passengers in 2015

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No. 3. Dubai International Airport (DXB): 78,010,265 passengers in 2015

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No. 2. Beijing Capital International Airport (PEK): 89,938,628 passengers in 2015

(Photo credit GOH CHAI HIN/AFP/Getty Images)

No. 1. Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL): 101,491,106 passengers in 2015

(Photo credit Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP/Getty Images)

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