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 All Your RFz Are Belong to Me – Software Defined Radio Exploits - Balint Seeber BSides Las Vegas 2015 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

All Your RFz Are Belong to Me – Software Defined Radio Exploits
Balint Seeber

SDR can be used to accomplish a many varied thing in the wireless world, from plotting air traffic in realtime, to contacting old NASA space probes, and reverse engineering restaurant pager protocols. In this talk I’ll review some interesting and unusual radio systems, and show how you can interact with them using open source software and cheap hardware. Of particular interest is security: wireless systems (consumer, corporate, government, amateur) are widely deployed and often vulnerable. Some of the areas to be covered include: decoding existing, and creating your own, First Person View video from drones, radio spectrum monitoring and signal detection, visualising multipath propagation using digital TV transmissions, and vehicular proximity smart keys.

Balint Seeber - A software engineer by training, Balint is a perpetual hacker, the Director of Vulnerability Research at Bastille Networks, and guy behind spench.net . His passion is Software Defined Radio and discovering all that can be decoded from the ether, as well as extracting interesting information from lesser-known data sources and visualising them in novel ways. When not receiving electromagnetic radiation, he likes to develop interactive web apps for presenting spatial data. Originally from Australia, he moved to the United States in 2012 to pursue his love of SDR as the Applications Specialist and SDR Evangelist at Ettus Research.

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