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SDRadio: Playing with your Dongle – An Introduction to Software Defined Radio Using Cheap TV Tuner Cards - Justin Rogosky Hack3rcon 4 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

SDRadio: Playing with your Dongle – An Introduction to Software Defined Radio Using Cheap TV Tuner Cards - Justin Rogosky
Hack3rcon 4

From wireless keyboards to wireless handsets, most corporations use a
variety of radio technologies without giving much thought into securing
them against passive attacks and eavesdropping. This introductory talk
will act as a tutorial for building your own Software Defined Radio
(SDR) using GNU Radio and a cheap TV tuner dongle.

During a demonstration, we will receive, decode, and extract information from
radio signals using the SDR. Additionally, this talk will cover some of
the legal issues involved with listening to random frequencies in the
radio spectrum.


Outline:
Intro
History
Legal Issues
- Things you can / can't do
Setup/Building
-GNU Radio
-Easy / cheap antennas
Demonstration
-Wide Band FM
-Narrow Band FM
-Decoding
Q&A
Speakers
Justin Rogosky

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