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SkyJack - Hacking drones by Samy Kamkar

Nice one. The aerial robo-war above our heads has just begun. Respectively: Free amazon packages and drone [pizza, beer, kebab, burrito..] for the urban hacker youth in your neighborhood. 

SkyJack is a drone engineered to autonomously seek out, hack, and wirelessly take over other drones within wifi distance, creating an army of zombie drones under your control.

Today Amazon announced they’re planning to use unmanned drones to deliver some packages to customers within five years. Cool! How fun would it be to take over drones, carrying Amazon packages…or take over any other drones, and make them my little zombie drones. Awesome.

Using a Parrot AR.Drone 2, a Raspberry Pi, a USB battery, an Alfa AWUS036H wireless transmitter, aircrack-ng, node-ar-drone, node.js, and my SkyJack software, I developed a drone that flies around, seeks the wireless signal of any other drone in the area, forcefully disconnects the wireless connection of the true owner of the target drone, then authenticates with the target drone pretending to be its owner, then feeds commands to it and all other possessed zombie drones at my will.

SkyJack also works when grounded as well, no drone is necessary on your end for it to work. You can simply run it from your own Linux machine/Raspberry Pi/laptop/etc and jack drones straight out of the sky.

// yeah, i know. this will not work on amazon’s drones. they will likely be autonomous using GPS. but hey, nice project. 

[via René from Nerdcore] [SkyJack] [SkyJack on GitHub]

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mathprofessorquotes:

Spotted in the math department.

mathprofessorquotes:

Spotted in the math department.

brains-and-bodies:

I am amused :)

brains-and-bodies:

I am amused :)

matthewjanik:

When you open the first page of your exam.

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