No Personal Data Is Safe From This Drone’s Stalking Capabilities

No Personal Data Is Safe From This Drone’s Stalking Capabilities
technology

Snoopy shows how weak our mobile security systems really are.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 27 march 2014

With brands using drones to deliver pizza or to keep an eye on the road for busy drivers, it may seem like the flying machine has shrugged off its militant spying ways. However, a new project by Glenn Wilkinson and Daniel Cuthbert of Sensepost shows that the drone still poses a danger to our personal security. Aptly named Snoopy, their invention can hack and access the contents of mobile devices as they search for WiFi.

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