Posts Tagged ‘sniffing’

A peek into the curious world of HDMI copy protection… with the Bus Pirate

Tuesday, February 19th, 2013

Adam Laurie (a/k/a/ Major Malfunction) is a white hat hacker from London, UK, who has presented at a number of conferences worldwide. He's also the Director at Aperature Labs, Ltd. Recently he explored the broken HDCP security mechanism used in HDMI. After building the HDMI breakout cable pictured above he...

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Pager network snifffing

Friday, February 10th, 2012

Kenneth tapping a pager's output to sniff pager traffic. He bought an old pager and was happily surprised that he could easily tap into the demodulated digital signal. A little poking around between the circuit boards and Google and I found that this pager uses the Toshiba TA31142 FM detector...

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Recent Comments

  • Nathan Johnson: 100 channels. Not many are legal in any given area. Be sure to comply with local laws.
  • William Brodie-Tyrrell: It's getting to the point where it's cheaper and definitely easier to use a Pi Zero or similar and a $20 3G USB dongle. Power...
  • KH: IIRC most of the actual operating system of modern HDDs is in one of the platter(s); the stuff on the 25VF010 is a bootup firmware......
  • Trev: I don't know of any inexpensive 3G modules (prices start around $US 50), but it does explain why 2G modules are relatively inexpensive by comparison....
  • Zonie: This site Rocks!