Pierluigi Paganini May 23, 2016
Slovenian hacker who reported issues in Tetra Protocol gets prison sentence

A Slovenian student who reported configuration errors in the Tetra protocol used by the local Police gets a prison sentence. Ethical hacking could be very risky, this is the experience of a 26-year-old Slovenian student, Dejan Ornig, that had serious problems after the discovery of flaws in the Police Communications Protocol. It is incredible, but authorities […]

Pierluigi Paganini May 11, 2014
AirChat project supported by Anonymous to secure communications

Entities claiming to be part of Anonymous collective are working to put together a secure communications project named Airchat based on ham-radio Fldigi modem controller. Entities claiming Anonymous affiliation are supporting the AirChat project, available for consultation on the Github, for the design of  a secure communication based on the open source ham-radio Fldigi modem controller. “We traded bandwidth for freedom, or […]

Pierluigi Paganini January 02, 2012
A Distributed Satellite Ground Station Network for internet freedom

The news that I desire to discuss with you is the will to put into orbit a satellite system to combat new forms of censorship. The project is certainly ambitious and effective, an hacker group has decided to launch a series of satellites for the composition of an alternative communication platform that would be used […]