IoT

IoT Security

IoT Hacking – Polycom Conference Phone – Firmware Extraction

In this video Matt Brown discusses the device firmware extraction of a Polycom conference phone device.

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AI IoT

Three Laws of Edge Computing

Prior to writing the article, I streamed this for FranksWorldTV.

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IoT

Fusing Real-Time AI With Digital Twins

This video is from NVIDIA. Discover the AI that’ll drive the next phase of industrial automation—how it’ll be developed, refined, and first deployed in simulation in digital twins. Complex AI is being tested in real time inside an Omniverse digital twin of a warehouse, showcasing AI that’s been developed inside this digital twin. It’s a […]

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CosmosDB IoT

Using Azure Cosmos DB with IoT Workloads – April 2023

Azure Cosmos DB Azure Cosmos DB has numerous use cases, including IoT. One of the challenges with IoT workloads, however, is dealing with the deluge of data that IoT devices generate. Processing large volumes of data in real time and storing it in an efficient manner requires careful planning and execution if you want to […]

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Privacy Security

You NEED to learn about FIREWALLS!

Your firewalls are a crucial part of your privacy and security setup. You can think of them like a bouncer at a building, deciding who is allowed to enter and who is not. In this video Naomi shows you how to create a separate network for your insecure devices like IoT devices. She then shows […]

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IoT Maker Raspberry Pi

How to Hacking Your Garage Door with the Raspberry Pi Pico W

A high tech solution to not leaving the garage door open all day! Here’s the open source Raspberry Pi Pico W garage door sensor project, with instructions for how you can set up the same thing at your house: https://github.com/geerlingguy/pico-w-garage-door-sensor

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Security

How to Find Hidden Spy Cameras in your Airbnb with Wireshark

On this episode of HakByte, Alex Lynd demonstrates how to identify and track down hidden cameras that might be spying on you, using Wireshark IO Graphs.

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IoT

Here’s how you add a new Arduino board to your Cloud

If you’ve got an Arduino account, you’ve got an Arduino Cloud. And the first thing you’re likely to do is start adding your Arduino boards, so you can start working on your code and projects, right there from your web browser. This is what we call “provisioning” a board, which means connecting it to your […]

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