zsesayat November 19,2015 wow, this is interesting and scary. on of the best videos I have watched to far. But wow, an infrared card can let one control someone's else's device? no! no! n!, this is scary. I think we should stop social media. I am not a fan but sometimes check main feed and laugh. But this is scary. Oh my God, car key remotes too? Oh my God, this is too ridiculously scary. There is no security for any one of us. But I love the mosquito part of it. Technology had made and break the world
hanna88at November 25,2015 So entertaining. I would not want to share a hotel with this guy! The one example that caught my attention the most is what he discussed regarding cars. They are becoming more and more technology packed and we are moving from the problem of access (with keys) to actual functionality. Like he said, as more components of our lives behave like a PC, they inherit the security flaws of PCs. Loved "automagically" :)
gcorkerat December 06,2015 Enjoyable video. It touched on a lot of items, but didn’t go too in-depth on any particular thing. It’s crazy what you can hack and the information it can yield. However, the point of the video was more do demonstrate that they work on a lot of interesting items at the lab. It's worth checking out their website, which has an overview of the projects they are currently working on.
brober15at December 09,2015 I noticed that this video was posted to YouTube in August 2012. I wonder what the speaker thinks of the increasing ubiquity of internet-connected devices. As he said, "everything is a PC," and there are upsides and downsides to that. It was interesting to see the hacker mentality put to use on a non-tech problem like malaria, I wonder if they have made any progress. If nothing else, they learned how to kill mosquitoes with laser beams.
busterhaxat December 10,2015 Pretty wild that one person can be the "jack of all trades" like this. I'm curious where he gets all of his free time.