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Date: Thu, 17 Jul 2014 23:29:24 +1000
From: surivaton <>
To: Keira Cran <>,
	"" <>
Subject: Re: [FD] Jamming WiFi tracking beacons

mdk3 works wonders XD. 
i  yet to encounter one as i live 40km away for the nearest town but honestly i would just take the thing and pour liquid nitrogen on it :D

On 16 July 2014 7:26:15 PM AEST, Keira Cran <> wrote:
>It's great that companies like Apple recognising the threat of tracking
>people via their devices wifi cards' MAC addresses, by randomising
>Naturally, I wondered i it was possible to jam the measurement beacon
>spoofing tons of wifi clients.  At one point in London, there was an
>advertising firm with tracking bins [1] and I have a nice clip of a
>technician looking puzzled at one beacon trying to figure out what's
>wrong. (Unfortunately, it's bit too close to home (literally) to
>In the US I believe some ad "analytics" firms like SenseNetworks do
>something similar. [2]
>Consider this a call to arms then, to put those unused raspberry pies
>you have lying around to good use.
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