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Between 26-30th june the 2nd Hacker Space Festival takes place in Paris

The canceled speech from last year about HostileWrt is being done THIS TIME...

http://hsf.wikidot.com/hostilewrt

Hacker Space Festival 2009 » Conferences » HostileWRT: Turn Your Friendly Wireless Access Point into an Autonomous, Curious, Standalone, Malicious & Really Annoying Device

* Title: HostileWRT: turn your friendly wireless access point into an autonomous, curious, standalone, malicious & really annoying device

* Speakers: Itzhack & Mr. Parkinson

* Language: English

* Keywords: embedded, wireless, wep cracking, vuln scanning, captive portal evasion, internet sharing, unvoluntary mesh network, accidental associations

Have you ever imagined what a recalcitrant access point would look like? Well… neither do we. So we're going to show you what REAL love is all about. HostileWRT tends to make love to your antennas thanks to the 802.11 protocol suite. Then, sharing the love is more than natural. No wonder then that HostileWRT, despite its very "blackhat" touch, is the most desirable item in one's sado-(techno)-masochist outfit.

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Between 26-30th june the 2nd Hacker Space Festival takes place in Paris

The canceled speech from last year about HostileWrt is being done THIS TIME...

http://hsf.wikidot.com/hostilewrt

Hacker Space Festival 2009 » Conferences » HostileWRT: Turn Your Friendly Wireless Access Point into an Autonomous, Curious, Standalone, Malicious & Really Annoying Device

* Title: HostileWRT: turn your friendly wireless access point into an autonomous, curious, standalone, malicious & really annoying device

* Speakers: Itzhack & Mr. Parkinson

* Language: English

* Keywords: embedded, wireless, wep cracking, vuln scanning, captive portal evasion, internet sharing, unvoluntary mesh network, accidental associations

Have you ever imagined what a recalcitrant access point would look like? Well… neither do we. So we're going to show you what REAL love is all about. HostileWRT tends to make love to your antennas thanks to the 802.11 protocol suite. Then, sharing the love is more than natural. No wonder then that HostileWRT, despite its very "blackhat" touch, is the most desirable item in one's sado-(techno)-masochist outfit.

I would LOVE a segment on this topic! Please hak5 PLEASE! :(

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