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  1. OK, so I just found a new reason to try to unbrick my Mark IV and flash it. On another hacking website they had an article about some $350 drone with a WiFi radio. Last year someone gave me one of those little drone helicopters you can fly with your smartphone. It only cost like $79 at Radio Shack (you can probably beat this deal) and it comes with a replacement plan. I'm thinking we should strap try strapping a Mk 4+battery pack on to a drone and do some "Wi-Flying". No more walking right into the lion's den looking all awkward as you clumsily try to plug-in and/or hide your strange-looking device with the antenna and all that. Just get within eyesight -- or within radio signal distance if you have a camera on your drone -- and fly it into enemy territory, capturing data all the while. If you got good with it then you could fly it up the side of a tall building and land on a windowsill, capture some packets for an hour and fly it back down! :) OK I completely realize that this probably has limited sane usefulness for us and the windowsill part may be a bit on the optimistic side, but wouldn't it be cool to help pioneer the capability? Has anyone here done it and if so is there any video, because I'd love to see it? I could totally see the FBI and CIA lurking around reading about this, then deciding to rip us off and make a $500,000 version LOL
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