[Noisebridge-discuss] GSM Anomaly Detection Workshop
ash.d.wilson at gmail.com
Fri Mar 24 02:28:46 UTC 2017
It wasn't the last update. But maybe this one will be.
If you're coming to the workshop on Sunday, double-check your component
list. There was an issue with Amazon (user error, TBH) where items were
not visible on the list if someone else had already purchased them. I
fixed the problem.
I'll have a few sensors we can cannibalize for spare parts, but I have no
idea how many people are attending... So please have a second look and if
you're short on parts, reach out to me here or on the gitter channel and
we'll get it sorted out.
See you on Sunday!!
On Mar 19, 2017 6:10 PM, "Ashley Wilson" <ash.d.wilson at gmail.com> wrote:
(maybe the last) UPDATE: The people at Hologram.io were kind enough to
send a stack of GSM SIM cards for the workshop! If you show up with
everything but the SIM, you'll be covered... unless you're behind the 25th
person to show up without a SIM, then I can't help you :-)
On Mon, Mar 13, 2017 at 8:46 PM, Ashley Wilson <ash.d.wilson at gmail.com>
> UPDATE: You'll need a GSM SIM card. I initially forgot to add that to
> the parts list. There's one on Amazon from Ting Wireless (Those are the
> ones I've used) for 9 bucks. Some providers will give them away for free.
> If you make this an adventure in social engineering, make sure you get the
> GSM type, not CDMA.
> On Wed, Feb 22, 2017 at 9:41 PM, Ashley Wilson <ash.d.wilson at gmail.com>
>> Hey everybody,
>> The date has been set for the GSM MITM sensor assembly party: March
>> 26th. I've put some more details on the wiki, and there's a parts list on
>> Amazon ( http://a.co/4rOTjyF ) of components that are known to work
>> well. Closest thing to a real HCL so far :-)
>> Feel free to reach out in this thread, to me directly via email, or in
>> the SITCH Gitter channel ( https://gitter.im/sitch-io/Lobby )
>> On Thu, Feb 16, 2017 at 7:30 AM, Ashley Wilson <ash.d.wilson at gmail.com>
>>> Hey Drew,
>>> Have a look at the DEF CON slides, linked at the bottom of the page at
>>> https://sitch.io . There is also a white paper with links to prior
>>> art, and that should give you a pretty good view into what it's designed to
>>> On Feb 16, 2017 12:33 AM, "Drew Erny" <drewerny at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I'm possibly interested in this, but I'd like to do some pre-reading
>>> before I'm ready to commit. Specifically, I'm interested in the technology
>>> we'd be working with and its uses (including some examples). Is there a
>>> website or something we can take a look at?
>>> Drew Erny
>>> drewerny at gmail.com
>>> On Wed, Feb 15, 2017 at 11:08 PM, Ashley Wilson <ash.d.wilson at gmail.com>
>>>> It was really nice meeting y'all (some for the second time) at the
>>>> Tuesday meeting.
>>>> I've posted the date for the GSM anomaly detection workshop (Sunday,
>>>> March 26th) on the wiki, so now it's just a matter of (me) doing the prep
>>>> work and coordination... and the participants grabbing the gear. I left
>>>> plenty of lead time in case Amazon/Adafruit gets weird with stock
>>>> Feel free to ask questions in this thread, or drop them in the Gitter
>>>> channel (https://gitter.im/sitch-io/Lobby).
>>>> To make sure we have enough switch ports for everyone, what's a good
>>>> way to get a headcount? Eventbrite? Meetup? Am I overthinking it?
>>>> Thanks again for the warm welcome. I'll be in the space on and off, so
>>>> I'll be seeing you around!
>>>> Noisebridge-discuss mailing list
>>>> Noisebridge-discuss at lists.noisebridge.net
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