Friday Hacks #127, February 10
Posted on by Jethro Kuan
Come join us this Friday for our weekly Friday Hacks! We will have Ding Feng sharing about hardware hacking. Read on to know more.
Date/Time: Friday, February 10 at 6:30pm
Venue: SR3, Town Plaza, University Town, NUS
Free pizza is served before the talks.
Hardware Hacks: The Whys and Hows
Hardware hacking always appears more difficult than it seems. Many commercial products are much cheaper when assembled yourselves, and you get an educational experience as a bonus side-effect.
Ding Feng is a Year 1 Computer Science undergraduate, who enjoys creatively clobbering together weird objects to make something remotely useful.
Wi-Fi Hacks: Hacking the Air Around Us
This talk will cover common attacks on public and private Wi-Fi networks (password cracking, snooping, deauthentication, spoofing, and more), and how you can (try) to avoid them. The theory portion will be accompanied by live demos of most concepts.
Raghav Sood is a developer with over 10 years of experience. His work spans computer vision, wearable technology, mobile applications, and more. He is currently working at the IBM Blockchain Innovation Center in Singapore.
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