Ever wondered how you can gain access to an airport lounge even though your ticket doesn’t allow it? Wonder what you find if you audit radio frequency networks? Why nuclear installations still seem to use pagers? And what happens if you hack your own devices, including your car?
These and some other uncommon stories are part of today’s instalment of the 12 recaps series.
In chronological order:
- Flaws in Samsung’s ‘Smart’ Home Let Hackers Unlock Doors and Set Off Fire Alarms
- Airport lounges will let anyone in, provided you can fake a QR code
- Frequing Obvious – The Things You Discover When You Test RF Networks
- Air gap breached by disk drive noise
- Fax machines’ custom Linux allows dial-up hack
- Researchers sabotage 3D printer files to destroy a drone
- Researchers Demonstrate How LTE Communications Can Be Hacked
- It Looks Like Pagers Are Still Common In Nuclear Power Plants and This Is a Great Threat To Security
- IT’S FINALLY LEGAL TO HACK YOUR OWN DEVICES (EVEN YOUR CAR)