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Speakers: KEVIN BANKSTON SENIOR COUNSEL & DIRECTOR OF FREE EXPRESSION, CENTER FOR DEMOCRACY & TECHNOLOGY MATT BLAZE DIRECTOR, DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS LAB AT THE …

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15 Responses to DEFCON 20: : A Debate Over Whether and How Open WiFi Sniffing Should Be Regulated

  1. SnapcrackerzTeam says:

    as always good information!

  2. Chuck Anderson says:

    Come on! Does anyone even use un-encrypted wi-fi any more? I can war drive
    for hours and all I pick up is WPA2

  3. LynxSnowCat says:

    “Not radio”…

  4. Stig's Italian Cousin says:

    DONT SNIFF CHANNEL 11

  5. NedTheDread says:

    Finally more Defcon 20 videos!! Thank you!!!!!

  6. nikushim666 says:

    real question would be how many of those WPA2 routers had WPS enabled.

  7. GerrysPlace says:

    Thanks.. Good vid.

  8. 5m4rt6uy says:

    hell no the wall of sheep is awesome

  9. opiated-nl HUo-oUH says:

    2012.. so google is supplying the nsa with data ???? and they are willingly
    doing so…?? who is working for who.. is the nsa working for google or..?
    who is pulling the strings…

  10. BlkOps says:

    Thanks for the video

  11. NedTheDread says:

    Yes people use it, I still pick up the odd linksys or dlink that is open,
    some people still have no clue. I still see plenty of WEP also.

  12. Baxter Ross says:

    and this is why people like me think that government needs to stfu and gtfo

  13. ko260 says:

    Will you be uploading videos of the talks from Defcon 21?

  14. Mayck Granada says:

    lo recomiendo para los que buscan ideas o persepciones diferentes en la
    seguridad informatica

  15. burnouttx says:

    Hell I catch people who set up routers in their place of business with
    so-called I.T. guys that leave Linksys routers with the default password….

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