Mar
18
2016
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Jan
11
2015
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Modify a Motorola Android Moto E phone to run SnoopSnitch

Modify a Motorola Android Moto E phone to run SnoopSnitch

https://people.torproject.org/~ioerror/skunkworks/moto_e/

 

 

Written by owner in: 3G,4G,Bluetooth |
Mar
30
2014
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Jul
02
2013
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Sniffing Motorola Droid network traffic. Android proxy burpsuite mallory intercept droid x2 encrypted.

This article is a great read:

http://www.beneaththewaves.net/Projects/Motorola_Is_Listening.html

Motorola have no real need for all the information they’re collecting on Motorola Blur users. So why are they collecting it? Curious…

Written by owner in: 3G |
Jun
19
2013
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Prism Break – Free yourself from the NSA. Really?

Lots in the news last week about how the NSA & GCHQ spy on us.

This won’t come as a great surprise to anyone who’s read The Puzzle Palace, or The Shadow Factory by James Bamford.

Even Peter Wright’s Spycatcher, from 1987, talks about his time in MI5 burgling and bugging his way around London.

The only thing that’s a real revelation here is that they’d now like to legitimise this activity. Presumably making it acceptable as evidence of your wrong-doing, where previously it would have been evidence obtained illegally.

Of course, being able to hoover everything up automatically from internet backbones is the massive difference between now, and ten to twenty years ago. There are US nuclear submarines with optic fibre cable splicing capabilities, and anything that passes through a satellite is fair game too.

It’s been alleged that, up to now the illegal spying on UK citizens has been carried out by the NSA, because it would be illegal for GCHQ to do it without a court warrant. Once again, just because it becomes technical possible to do something, doesn’t mean you actually have to go ahead and do it. (but they always do!)

One point not mentioned much in last weeks news coverage is that these data warehouses are paid for with our tax dollars/pounds. Personally, I’d like to see a few more teachers & nurses employed by the state, with my tax contributions. In the same week the UK government are talking about reducing the number of school classroom assistants.

If you want to mark yourself out as unusual by moving your data out of the cloud, then the http://prism-break.org/ is worth a look.

Written by owner in: 3G,Bluetooth,DECT,General |
Apr
20
2013
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Mar
12
2013
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RTL SDR Software Defined Radio running on Android phones and tablets with Ice Cream Sandwich

RTL SDR Software Defined Radio running on Android phones and tablets running Ice Cream Sandwich.

photo of nexus 7 tablet running sdr touch radio software

Take a phone or tablet running Android Ice Cream Sandwich, a USB cable wired for OTG, and a $20 USB TV Stick, and you have a touch screen radio scanner capable of tuning anywhere from 52-2200Mhz.

From their website:

“Turns your mobile phone or tablet into a cheap and portable software defined radio scanner. Allows you to listen to live on air FM radio stations, weather reports, police, fire department and emergency stations, taxi traffic, airplane communications, audio of analogue TV broadcasts, HAM radio amateurs, digital broadcasts and many more! Depending on the hardware used, its radio frequency coverage could span between 50 MHz and 2.2 GHz. It currently demodulates WFM, AM, NFM, USB, LSB, DSB, CWU and CLW signals.

You can get a compatible USB receiver for under $20 online from eBay. Just plug in your rtl-sdr compatible USB DVB-T tuner into your Android device using a USB OTG Cable and turn on SDR Touch. For list of supported Realtek RTL2832U based dongles, please see the end of the description. Those features are supported via a driver that you will need to download from Google Play.”

http://sdr.martinmarinov.info/

Written by owner in: 3G,4G,Bluetooth,DECT,GPS,GSM,Tetra,WiFi |
Feb
22
2013
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UK 4G Wireless Spectrum Auction is over – raised less than expected

UK 4G Wireless Spectrum Auction is over. Raised less money than expected.

Some interesting analysis of the auction results:

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2013/02/20/4g_auction/

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2013/02/21/4g_shakeout/

Written by owner in: 3G,4G,General,GSM,Masts |
Jan
08
2013
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Femtocell 2013 Update – 3G signal over Internet for your home

A Femtocell is a small box that plugs into your internet router & provides 3G phone coverage in poor reception areas.

The Register has just done a round-up of the Femtocells currently available for UK users. It’s worth a read.

Vodafone are still the only network selling the Sure Signal boxes to anyone who wants one for £100 each. Although other providers will apparently suppply a free box if you threaten to leave.

Read the full review at http://www.theregister.co.uk/2013/01/07/femtocells/

Written by owner in: 3G,GSM,WiFi |
Sep
28
2012
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weak magnetic fields alter number of chromosomes in cancer cells research

Weak magnetic fields alter number of chromosomes in cancer cells research.

This is really interesting

Research that’s easy to replicate elsewhere, or not, that could change the game forever…

Written by owner in: 3G,Bluetooth,DECT,GPS,GSM,WiFi |

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