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Watch engineers hack a ‘smart home’ door lock

Watch engineers hack a ‘smart home’ door lock

My name is Atul Prakash I’m a professor in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Michigan. We are going to be showing you how a hacker can open your front door. The idea is to improve the safety of your home and to allow you to monitor what’s going on inside your […]

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PandwaRF Demo: Connect to a Linux Computer Using USB

PandwaRF Demo: Connect to a Linux Computer Using USB

Hello everybody, today I’m going to show you how to use your PandwaRF with a Linux computer using the USB connection. Normally we connect to PandwaRF using Bluetooth with an Android phone. Today I’m going to show you how to enable USB in the Android application. Already connected with USB… Checking that no device is […]

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DEF CON 27 Conference – Patrick Wardle – Harnessing Weapons of Mac Destruction

>>Alright! Aloha and welcome to my talk. Uh today we’re going to be talking about Harnessing Weapons of Mac Destruction. My name is Patrick. I am a security researcher at Jamf. Uh previously I was a co-founder at Digita Security. And I’m also the creator of the Mac security website and tool suite Objective-See. So […]

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Watch This Russian Hacker Break Into Our Computer In Minutes | CNBC

Watch This Russian Hacker Break Into Our Computer In Minutes | CNBC

So I am joined here by Mikhail Sosonkin from Cenac You’re gonna show how easy it is to hack into a computer so this is my personal computer. So in this attack we will pretend to be a wireless access point that you normally connect to let’s say in a hotel so if you go […]

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Google Paid Me to Talk About a Security Issue!

I’m really excited about this video, because Google wanted to sponsor a video talking about a security vulnerability that somebody found in one of their products Think about this: They want to pay money, so that I very publicly share “Google had a security issue”. That might sound CRAZY for most other companies, but we […]

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Hack any Windows PC in 2 minutes

Hack any Windows PC in 2 minutes

Linus, what are you doing? LINUS: Oh. Uh.. Yeah, I’m trying out this uh, thumb drive that claims to let you unlock any windows-based PC in just a couple minutes! [INTRO MUSIC PLAYING] Zotac’s Geforce 10 series cards featuring NVIDIA’s Pascal Architecture as well as other features like their IceStorm Cooling and Spectra Lighting System. […]

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Are Macs More Secure Than Windows? #AskFreedomeVPN

Are Macs More Secure Than Windows? #AskFreedomeVPN

Hello, I am Mikko. Are Macs more secure than Windows systems? That’s a great question and it has been asked for years and years. Today the bottom line is that yes, Macs are more secure than Windows systems, but probably not for the reasons people think they are. Historically, Windows systems have been based on […]

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The City That Has Its Own Operating System

The City That Has Its Own Operating System

how hackable would digitize the TV I guess the the more complex you make a network the more attack surface there is for hackers so what is that worst-case scenario government on government hacking cyber warfare by accident via we have become passive observers of this technology this huge potential for abuse but you have […]

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