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Defcon 19: Vulnerabilities of Wireless Water Meter Networks

Posted on Tuesday, November 29th, 2011 in conferences, RF, security, talks by the machinegeek


Security researcher John McNabb presented this talk at the Defcon 19 (2011) conference highlighting vulnerabilities of wireless water meter systems. John managed a small water system for 13 years and draws on his experiences in this presentation covering water security systems and more importantly the hardware, software, topology, and vulnerabilities of wireless water meter networks and how to sniff wireless water meter signals.

The PDF relating to this talk can be downloaded here.

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