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- August 6, 2020 at 8:23 am #291510
To preface, hacking is really cool and takes a respectable amount of Knowledge and skill that I do not possess. I do, though, find the flipper zero a very interesting piece of tech and was wondering if this would have enough uses to justify a purchase by a gadget guy?
- August 6, 2020 at 8:24 am #291511
If you want to do work with physical stuff (recreationally or professionally!), such as access control systems, sure. It’s a neat gadget, but I recommend having a specific purpose in mind before you buy it that you *know* it would work for.
Source: Hak5 makes great stuff, but I never got the value I paid for those gadgets simply because they are principally pentesting/implants, and I have… no real use for that.
- August 6, 2020 at 8:24 am #291512
It’s a great tool to demonstrate people (who are far away from IT) what’s potentially possible with technology. Rubber Ducky is great for that too; opens a lot of eyes usually.
The flipper zero seems extra cool because you can also share data between devices, meaning if you have a couple of friends or colleagues with these things running around and one of them found something, he can share it with the others. I like the concept and ofc that you can modify it.
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