Kalashnikov unveils its “smart” shotgun, San Diego struggles with its street lights, and a researcher reveals how he found a way to hack every Tesla on the planet.
All this and much more is discussed in the latest edition of the award-winning “Smashing Security” podcast by computer security veterans Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault, joined this week by David McClelland.
David McClelland – @DavidMcClelland
- Kalashnikov smart shotgun – MP-155 Ultima.
- Kalashnikov reveals first Russian-made smart shotgun MP-155 Ultima — YouTube.
- Mike Jernigan, blind veteran, uses a TrackingPoint system to land a 300+ yard shot — YouTube.
- See how a self-aiming sniper rifle can be remotely hacked — Hot for Security.
- Tesla Network Vulnerability Report – 2017-03-24 (Annotated) — Google Docs.
- The Big Tesla Hack: A hacker gained control over the entire fleet, but fortunately he's a good guy — Electrek.
- Smart Streetlights Program — City of San Diego.
- Cops Tap Smart Streetlights Sparking Controversy and Legislation — IEEE Spectrum.
- Mayor orders San Diego's Smart Streetlights turned off until surveillance ordinance in place — The San Diego Union-Tribune.
- Mayor was right to shut off Smart Streetlights — The San Diego Union-Tribune.
- Hints of life on Venus — University of Manchester.
- "This Is Paris – The Real Story of Paris Hilton" — YouTube.
- “This is Paris” is a quixotic redemption story about what it means to be a human and a brand at once — Salon.com.
- Moriarty's Game: A Killer in the Hive.
- Castolog – a podcast recommendation podcast — That’s Not Canon Productions.
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