Started by Jason, January 01, 2023, 04:10:20 AM
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QuoteIndeed, itÃ¢â,¬â,,¢s easy to imagine how someone could break the law or even just get up to some petty mischief with this device. For instance, not only was I able to clone the ID badge of my office with Flipper Zero, I was able to record the signal that my neighborÃ¢â,¬â,,¢s garage door opener makes when he pulls into his driveway. Older cars that donÃ¢â,¬â,,¢t use rolling code encryption are likely unlockable with the device, and my Flipper Zero was able to read my credit card number through my wallet and pants.
Quote from: ssfc72 on January 02, 2023, 04:36:49 AMThanks for the info and Link, Jason.When you called the thing a pen-testing tool, I was thinking that was an odd name to call the device, because I comparing it to things like pen drives (usb flash drives)I just now realized that pen-testing was short form for penetration testing. :-)The device, I think, is basically an enhanced SDR (software defined radio) device.The ability to detect IR signals surprised me until I remembered that most of the $20 SDR dongles , are just devices that were made for receiving digital over the air tv signals, in Europe. The SDR's came with an IR tv remote control, to select different digital tv stations. https://medium.com/@rxseger/receiving-ir-signals-with-rtl-sdr-dongles-5a8658a44b90
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