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March 19, 2012
Avi Rubin on Computer Security
Avi Rubin has a TEDx talk on hacking various computer devices: medical devices, automobiles, police radios, smart phones, etc.
Posted on March 19, 2012 at 2:33 PM
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All your device are belong to us.
Good luck getting that earworm out of your head.
You can hack into those headsets as well!
Good to hear again from Avi.
Don't think anyone who visits your blog is very surprised here.....
Think it was Nick P who posted a blog post on encrypted P25 radio vulnerabilities...
Remember a post regarding "hacking cars", which is just absurd and scary to think about.
Smart phones...Duh? I no longer have one...
You and Clive have covered the rest...Clive should have his own blog if he (or she!) doesn't already
I recently offered the following as fitting punishment for Rush:
Have his cochlear implant hacked, forcing him to listen to Lilith Fair music or progressive women read their poetry for 90 days.
The comments got a lot of Likes.
As a former student of Avi's its a shame that none of that is his own work.
My latest car is 38 years old. Yeah, it drinks fuel like it was kool-aid, but it doesn't have any computers to be hacked.
Does Ted talks site have transcripts of their videos somewhere?
First Microsoft goes automotive and yet cars get hacked (quite easily). Can it get worse...? :-/
@OldFish: so you're ruining the environment in a secure way?
It is obviously that you are right in this point
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