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44CON to include HackRF presentation

Posted on Friday, August 23rd, 2013 in conferences, reversed, SDR by the machinegeek

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We understand that Michael Ossmann will deliver a talk entitled ” Reverse Engineering with HackRF” at the 44CON conference. This talk will consist of one long demonstration of how to use HackRF to reverse engineer a proprietary radio system.

44CON is an annual Information Security Conference and Training event taking place in London. Designed to provide something for both the business and technical Information Security Professional, it will be held at the Millennium Conference Centre. Conference days are the 12th and 13th September 2013, with the Training days on the 10th and 11th September 2013. For tickets contact 44CON.

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2 Responses to “44CON to include HackRF presentation”

  1. Jonathan says:

    Fascinating topic but the ticket prices are too steep for PhD students

  2. EschatologicalEngineer says:

    Will this talk be available as a video ?

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