Category Archives: Security

Turn an ESP8266 into a WiFi Jammer

Pretty cheap jammer. The “jamming” part isn’t a radio freq. jammer but more protocol stack based. https://www.instructables.com/id/Wi-Fi-Jammer-From-an-ESP8266-WiFi-Jammer-Deauther/

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Using an RPi for multiple webcams

Good idea to take some old webcams and turn them into security cameras under one device. https://www.instructables.com/id/Multiple-Webcam-Server-With-Motion-Detection-Using/

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Project to turn an RPi into a Stingray

Well not fully one.  But it does act as an IMSI catcher. https://github.com/Oros42/IMSI-catcher It Might Be Possible To Build A Stingray With A Raspberry Pi  

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CA has IoT security reg’s for 1/2020

Interesting law in California, of course its pretty vague from what I understand on what “reasonable security feature” is. https://www.schneier.com/blog/archives/2018/11/new_iot_securit.html

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Hacking Vending Machines (the modern way)

This guy basically reverse engineered the app in Android that had “credit” for buying stuff on a vending machine, and how to give himself credit. Hacker Pops Top On NFC Vending Machines

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ID’ing a 3D printer

Interesting work on how to figure out the printer an object came from.  Its like the old days with printers to try and ID them (before they started hiding serial numbers and such in each print). Researchers discover a new … Continue reading

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Turn your digispark into a rubber ducky

The hacking tool.  Looks like someone ported the tools to the ATiny, in this case the DigiSpark system, which runs from $1.5 to $8.   Its not as fancy as the original, but it will do the job. DIY Rubber Ducky … Continue reading

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Fizz for TLS

Facebook apparently came up with a wrapper around OpenSSL for TLS1.3.  It looks interesting. https://github.com/facebookincubator/fizz

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Places to register your bike so if its stolen

You may have a chance to recover it. https://bikeindex.org/ https://project529.com/garage/  

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HP has a bug bounty for its printers

Unfortunately its thru private invite only with bugcrowd.com.  I remember looking at HP systems a few years back and, well this might be a good way to bring in some extra cash. https://www.zdnet.com/article/hp-will-give-you-10000-to-hack-your-printer/

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