DEF CON 18 - Jackpotting Automated Teller Machines Redux
scandoat April 05,2018 Weaponizing your pets sounds like a very crazy and bold idea; however, it is very realistic. Nowadays we have so many apps to check on your pets at home, hire someone to take your pet for a walk and being able to track their every step, and all this technology can be used as a weapon against the owner. It is so innovative but at the same time can be very dangerous and people dont tend to think of the possible ways this kind of services can be used to get access to their data or other information
lwalkeat May 01,2018 Great video, about a tech hobbyist with no prior firmware experience creating a Functional WarKitteh Collar in a short amount of time. People are still using unsecured WiFi hot-spots, still no patch for human stupidity, and cats and Dogs are really hard to work with.
jcolem21at May 03,2018 I'm sure this is definitely one of the fun sessions from the conference. But be speak great facts on pets and other small entities that leverage technology. Even if it's just searching google or GPS tracking. I really enjoyed this one.
djoseph4at May 04,2018 First of all, this guy is pretty funny. Secondly, it blows my mind that he came up with the idea of using pets to create technology solutions. It kind of creates a picture of how technology can be implemented in everyday life in innovative ways one would never think about. Really cool stuff.
gbennet3at July 17,2018 Ah, the IoT are spreading fast. Devices like raspberry pi and Arduino can allow people to do some innovative things and lead to new findings as it relates to infosec/forensics. But what this also highlights is that people will pretty much connect to any open wifi service that they find. People are very trusting of open wifi networks and that mentality should be curbed. Who knows what the owner of the wifi network is doing to the traffic that is being routed through it. Soon, the collar could make the appointment with the vet and e-mail you when to take them. LOL! It's coming.