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 • 10 Comments

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FigureitoutMarch 20, 2012 1:46 AM

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

aikimarkMarch 20, 2012 8:08 AM

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.

OldFishMarch 20, 2012 11:27 AM

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.

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