Sunday, September 7, 2014

How To Kick Surveillance Devices From Your Network

Sunday, September 7, 2014



by TechSwarm

A new low-cost gadget claims to protect your WiFi network from snooping devices . . . even drones.

According to product notes from Cyborg Unplug:
'Plug to Unplug' ... detects and kicks devices known to pose a risk to personal privacy from your local wireless network, breaking uploads and streams. Detected devices currently include: Google Glass, Dropcam, small drones/copters, wireless 'spy' microphones and various other network-dependent surveillance devices. 
Cyborg Unplug comes hot on the heels of glasshole.sh, a script written by Julian Oliver to detect and disconnect Google's Glass device from a locally owned and administered network. Following broad coverage in the press, the script struck a chord with countless people all over the world that felt either frustrated or threatened by the growing use and abuse of covert, camera-enabled computer technology. 

Read more at http://www.techswarm.com/2014/09/how-to-kick-surveillance-devices-from.html#bLyhw8Kt7YGMFX1v.99