GOLDiPhone is a completely functional iPhone 3-5 upgrade case using a 3d printer.
3d files are here.
BONUS: Prints in 4 pieces and so it works on any (crappy) 3d printer.
“I prefer white gold but I think the GOLDiPhone is tasteful because of how much more gold it is.” – Dylan Halliday
“Now I can update myself!” – Martha Stewart
“The most revolutionary thing to happen to Apple since Apple.” – Wired
3d files are here. GOLDiPhone is licensed under a Creative Commons ShareAlike 3.0
Google gives you “free” services in exchange of your private data. The data collected is exploited in many ways, mostly for target you with advertising and in the most extreme situations can be turned over spy agencies from governments with way too much computing-power and the wrong dose of paranoia. All your data are belong to U.S.
Obviously, serious business “intelligence services” know that data can produce a lot of sociability; The Data Klubb – just like they do it (really)- is a party where you can exchange your pieces of data and personal information for a free beer. Just that.
The Data Klubb also teamed up with Science Friction, for the launch of “Anarchival: The end-to-end principle”, an interpretation by Bitbureau of some of the material from the PiratbyrÃ¥n’s archive that follows the narrative of their previous book pwer.brocoli.kopimi.
F.A.T was invited last week to the ALT CPH in Fabrikken during the Copenhagen Art Week.Â Given that tele-text is the number one public information service in Scandinavia it only made sense to present the information about F.A.T and the works we exhibited in this way. Lucky me, my friend Raquel Meyers is a text-mode extraordinaire and i ask her for this amazing tele-text piece specially for F.A.T.
Release early, often and in text-mode!
Thanks everyone for comming to the debate on the current state of technology and power organized by Kunsten, and joining the Data Klubb party, were we hosted with Science Friction the release ofÂ the new PiratbyrÃ¥n’s book “Anarchival: The end to end principle”. So stay tuned for books, data and free beer.
mycket <3 Raquel!
It’s not 1988 so why live like it is?
Cafes, airports, hotels and Hell usually all have ‘free’ wifi for 30 minutes and then make you pay- this is a bug, not a feature.
Limited time = fffffat unlimited time.
wifi spots are easy to hack your way into fatty goodness:
You can maintain the constant 30 minute wifi sessions by doing a few tricks. When you try to load a page, the router will automatically redirect you to the login page: look at the URL, because from there you can see which system the airport is using and all of them are easy to hack:
– Change your IP
– Change your MAC address
– Delete your cookies
You can also spoof your MAC address, MacMakeup (Win) is a good place to start.
Edit: A good tutorial for Mac users can be found here
ProTip: Find a MAC addresses already using the paid wifi. Once you have located a few, you can copy the mac address as your own and enjoy.
Many routers have the ability to hide a wifi network by making their names invisible to other computers (airports use these often for gates). A nice GUI option is to use NetStumbler which locates and shows all hidden networks or you can do it via the terminal:
sudo ln -s /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/Apple80211.framework/Versions/Current/Resources/airport /usr/sbin/airport
The above command must appear on a single line to work. Enter the admin password to create the symbolic link. Now you can use the airport command without th long ass path:
The ping will show all available wifi networks and their router name (SSID), the router address (BSSID), signal:
Happy Sniffing!! <3
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