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About Snubs

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    [Hak5] Snubs
  • Birthday November 18

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    Hak5 co-host, producer, social media manager, editor, and community developer, who also likes photography, modding, gaming, traveling, eclectic music, and everything tech.

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  1. For our Japanese Bash Bunny users, here is a translation of the READ_ME file. Big thanks to El Kentaro for creating this for us! BashBunny_README_J.txt.txt
  2. Onus

    @Snubs, for xmas i got myself a shiny and new bladeRFx40.  YAY!   Knowing your love for all things SDR, I wanted to share  with you a synopsis of my adventures with the bladeRF.  I have set up a raspberryPi with YateBTS and gps-sdr-sim: https://github.com/osqzss/gps-sdr-sim

    I am now able to run my own GSM BTS or spoof a GPS satellite that tells nearby devices they are actually at the Kremlin.. fun. 

    YateBTS obviously really caught my interest as i quickly discovered after buying a pack of $1 sim cards a best buy and putting them in a couple of unlocked devices, I was able to get the ATT cards to automatically connect to my BTS using MCC:310 and MNC:410 in combination to make my BTS appear to be an ATT tower.  (no worries, as i did this in a  lead box to prevent my signal from leaking to the real world, wouldn't want to go to interfere with the outside world)  I was also able to get T-mobile cards to connect by manually forcing them, but i suppose i could find the MCC and MNC for them as well and get an auto connect. 

    Anyway, YATES is set up to automatically send a greeting SMS to phones that connect, of which i of course  altered to say "Emergency Alert: Someone has farted"  But it got me thinking, if someone like me with little to no real knowledge around RF was able to do this for under $500 and a 12 hour investiment, why is GSM still being used.  seems like anyone could build an IMSI catcher or stingray.   One could potentially go into a public venue with bad cell reception and start sending "greeting messages" to all the GSM phones with roaming enabled, creating a localized histeria of "wait, who farted?!?"   Now of course my curious mind is wondering how secure the Emergency Broadcast system is as well?  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cell_Broadcast

    I would love to see you do a segment on this..


  3. Hello to all of our new forum members! Thanks for joining :)
  4. Hello Rob and Bob! Welcome to the forums!
  5. hi snubs! Thanks for adding me as a friend! :)

    My cat was playing with my mouse will re-add you. *oops* LOL

  6. hi Snubs! Very nice site! :)

    Also like your profile photo. :)

  7. Soul

    hi Snubs i was wondering if you can bring this subject to light i just bought a hp mini note 2113 and i wana mod/tweek it to bits but apart from the basics i dont rellly know where to go from here i was just thinking about maxing out the ram will that affect the profermance or is it going to be a waste of time ?

    my e-mail address is Graph-x@hotmail.co.uk

    i would be obligised if u c

  8. Welcome to the forums everyone!
  9. Thanks fo rusing my WP in the episodes. Just for future reference though, its pronounced like "Digi - Pee" (Like digital, but digi-p


  10. Just thought it was kinda cool that you have the same b-day as my daughter 11-18-06... not to make you feel old or anything... lol

  11. Zomg hai!!!!!!!!!

  12. You put me in your interests? Oh, thats cute <3

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