By now most infosec professionals are aware of various ways SMS text messaging can be hijacked. For example so-called “SIM Swap” attacks, SS7 attacks, Port-out fraud, etc. …

I didn’t want to write about this but I see a lot of people getting the details wrong — that includes myself — due to a lot of speculation. I’m going to give a short timeline on what happened exactly. …

With the mid term elections approaching I’ve had several friends on Facebook recently praising automatic voter registration with Driver License applications/renewals and encouraging people to get registered to vote and get your voice out there. For some of us it’s not that simple. What people fail to realize often times…

Update 10/3/2018: Thanks to everyone who read the article, listened to the phone call in it and shared and made noise. The ARRL is now in talks with the FCC! http://www.arrl.org/news/arrl-fcc-discussing-issue-of-uncertified-imported-vhf-uhf-transceivers

After I published yesterday’s correspondence with the FCC, Laura Smith reached out and stated that she misinterpreted what I…

The FCC has backpedaled on everything in this article, please go here and read the new article: https://medium.com/@lucky225/fcc-back-peddles-all-transceivers-capable-of-transmitting-on-frequencies-that-require-40377a3722c5

Did the FCC just make Baofengs illegal?

On Monday, September 24th, 2018 the FCC issued Public Notice DA 18–980, Enforcement Advisory № 2018–03 that sent the Amateur Radio community into a frenzy across several Facebook groups. Hackaday went as…

Over the past week in light of recent events in Charlottesville, many have called for the squelching of Neo-Nazi rhetoric or “hate speech.” The people calling for this action have the best of intentions (stopping fascism), but their intentions are logically flawed and ill-conceived.

“Hate Speech” — words are not bombs.

The white supremacist website Daily Stormer…

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