Update (3/5/2013) Reminder: This is illegal. You are breaking the law by modifying a cable modem connected to a ISP network not owned by you. This is in a way considered stealing. You are taking to much then what you should be given, and what you pay for. This should be used and explored with curious minds wanting to learn something new. This should not be used to steal internet service from your local providers. Doing so could also result in Jail time, it is a felony offense. Please look into this more if this is actually your intent, because it could cost a lot more then what it's worth. The programs inside will help you 'uncap' your Cable Modem, this does NOT work with DSL/ADSL/SATA or any kind of service that doesn't use Docsis and a cable line. This software is also intended for Motorola Surfboard Cable Modems, but has been known to work with many more as well. This software is also considered OLD now, by the time of my writing. Newer versions are available somewhere on the internet, but be aware of what you download. The Cable Modem Uncapping software "one clicks" should be Java runtime files, and the rest are usually small EXE's that do certain parts of the process one at a time. Do not consider doing this as a business for modems, you will get caught, and charged. This has already happened before. I would also suggest you NOT tamper with Modems or Hardware that is NOT ACTUALLY YOURS. This means Modems and Devices you are renting from your ISP. You don't actually own these devices, unless it is a modem that you bought from them, or you went to your local electronics store and picked one up. Modifying a modem that is not yours could lead to you paying for it down the line. If you do own your own Cable Modem then great, but if you do decide to uncap your modem for the purpose of long term service with intentions on stealing from your ISP, then you will most likely be caught. It is still illegal to 'have a uncapped modem on a network'. At least if the network doesn't belong to you. It would then be considered stealing, this is a felony. It works this way because you are given a certain speed on your node/HUB. Whatever you are closer to, it's just how Cable Modems work. Each branch is given a set amount of bandwidth, and if you start to take up all of it they will notice on a certain Node or HUB that your modems MAC is taking up all of the speed from everyone else because it is so much. This will lead to the modem getting shut off, and possible charges being brought against you. Not only are you tampering with very expensive networks, but you are also stressing them out, and taking away from the user experience that OTHERS are paying for. It all leads up to a bad ending. So my best advice, is moderation. The below files for the Cable Modem Uncapping are old, I haven't been around in years and the file has just been sitting here. I will get around to uploading the newer ones, but for right now I think those files should only go to the ones that can actually use Google to do a search for something. Remember, moderation!