DEF CON 18 - Jackpotting Automated Teller Machines Redux
TBUI11at October 17,2017 This video is not as interesting as others posted here but the speaker is quite talented in presenting the content. I assume this video is to prove that weaponized technology would not work on cat and dog or any other animals because they are not suitable for such mission. Devices used in this video mainly are to protect pets not to turn them into weapons. It seems like other departments such as animal protection and behavior could be more benefit from this type of study.
lnguye46at October 23,2017 I really enjoyed the speaker’s humor in this video, made it much more enjoyable. If using animals to pick up wifi connection isn’t innovation then I don’t know what is! Of course, this comes with a lot of training and testing.
Digger62at November 02,2017 The humor in this is awesome. Weaponizing an animal is more reality than most people realize. We use them as weapons as well. In this case, the tracking device on the cat and denial of service pack on the dog. Really goes to show what some imagination and ingenuity can really do when you put your mind to it.
fsalzaabiat November 05,2017 It is amazing how creative some computer programmers can be. This is certainly a unique way to use animals to perform some kind of hardware penetration testing. There are a number of applications that can be developed to apply hacking techniques.
MGwannat November 07,2017 This presenter is EXCELLENT! I was able to understand the many intricacies about the usefulness of deploying animals for various reasons, including spying/search and rescue.
As a side note "Warkitteh!!", I don't like cats, but knowing that 15% of the world's internet traffic being dedicated to cats makes me question a heck of a lot of things in our society! I can't believe Acoustic Kitty, Mammals w/ cameras, and dogs hopping out of planes exist!