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Home Blog. PCI devices can be connected to the Sparrow II to provide additional functionality, such as wireless command and control or a second or third with graphics, is here. General information about TAO and the catalog is here.
In the comments, feel free to discuss how the exploit works, how we might detect it, how it has probably been improved since the catalog entry inand so on. Tags: exploit of the dayhardwareimplantsNSAprivacysurveillance. I would agree.
Just from the picture, it looks like a standard Wifi omnidirectional antenna, probably to soak up local traffic passively. I wonder why the 2. SchneieronSecurityFanI think 2.
Nothing is totally passive. It must emit some radiation. You could build one of these yourself using entirely of the shelf readily available bits in the slightly bigger PC plus format for less than USD. Getting it to do WiFi scanning and phoning home via a GSM modem would be fairly trivial and something I would expect a keen CS undergrad to do for fun and then add say GPS for a 2nd year project or controls for an RC plane etc for a final project.
To sum up what others have said, they have put a battery on a small-form-factor PC and attached an external WiFi antenna. This is from There were no Raspberry Pis and assorted other cheap, powerful, credit-card-sized ARM boards for less than bucks around at that time. Whilst the chip from Broadcom that the Raspbery Pi is made from may not have been in circulation back then, all of the usefull bits were in two or three other chips at the time.
And the mobile phone chipsets back then were sub 15USD. Without running it down all the Raspberry Pi has done technicaly is given a new lease of life to a chip….
Since the text describes analysis tools, I will guess that this device can be used to download data collected on a UAV; to analyze that data in real time if needed via an attached device or screen and keyboard; and probably control the UAV e. Subscribe to comments on this entry.
Remember personal info? Likely runs on Arm chips now.
This likely could be done with COTs hardware.