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Practical Electronics: Fixing the fan in a post-poop scenario - Evan treefort Booth (ShowMeCon 2015) (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Practical Electronics: Fixing the fan in a post-poop scenario
Evan treefort Booth
ShowMeCon 2015
http://www.showmecon.com

things done with electricity through the lens of the resourceful, post-apocalyptic survivor.

Bio: Growing up, it was a safe bet that if an object around the house was held together with screws or contained any number of wires, Evan ?treefort? Booth took it apart at some point to see what made it tick. In 4th grade, with the help of strategically placed pens, erasers, and a Pop-Tarts wrapper, Evan?s pencil box could quickly be converted into a model rocket launchpad. His Liquid Drano purchases to toilets cleaned ratio is absolutely abysmal. This never-ending supply of curiosity eventually translated into a passion for understanding computers and programming. Having earned a degree in Digital Media ? a nerdy union of design fundamentals and computer programming ? from East Tennessee State University in Johnson City, Evan founded his company, Recursive Squirrel, where he has served a wide variety of clients in need of application development and consulting for nearly a decade. When he isn?t organizing 1?s and 0?s, Evan is likely off picking locks with the FALE Association of Locksport Enthusiasts, a lock picking group he co-founded in 2010. In his most recent project, Terminal Cornucopia, Evan set out to demonstrate how difficult it would be for an attacker to construct lethal weapons in a typical airport terminal after the security screening. After successfully building an arsenal consisting of everything from simple melee weapons to reloadable firearms to a remotely-triggered incendiary suitcase, Terminal Cornucopia garnered international media attention and attracted viewers from nearly every country on the planet. Make no mistake: the best part about buying a bulky item is, in fact, the huge cardboard box.

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