NSA able to compromise Cisco, Juniper, Huawei switches
wbailey at satelliteintelligencegroup.com
Mon Dec 30 16:38:37 UTC 2013
I built the other.
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From: Jeremy Bresley <brez at brezworks.com>
Date: 12/30/2013 7:34 AM (GMT-09:00)
To: nanog at nanog.org
Subject: Re: NSA able to compromise Cisco, Juniper, Huawei switches
On 12/30/2013 9:05 AM, Warren Bailey wrote:
> I'd love to know how they were getting in flight wifi.
> Sent from my Mobile Device.
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> From: sten rulz <stenrulz at gmail.com>
> Date: 12/30/2013 12:32 AM (GMT-09:00)
> To: nanog at nanog.org
> Subject: NSA able to compromise Cisco, Juniper, Huawei switches
> Found some interesting news on one of the Australia news websites.
Simple. Grab it from where it hits the base stations. One of the two
big in-flight Wifi carriers in the US uses Sprint towers, I believe the
other used satellite.
They have to get back to a ground station somewhere in order to get
network access. Easy to tap it there and send it wherever you want.
Grabbing an ad-hoc signal between two endpoints in the air is probably
significantly more involved. Implementation of this is left as an
exercise for the VERY well-funded reader. ;-)
Jeremy "TheBrez" Bresley
brez at brezworks.com
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