Category SECURITY

U.S. Army Puts a Stop to Its Use of Chinese-Made DJI Drones

No longer Army material: DJI’s Inspired 1 drone.
Security concerns lead to ban of a popular brand of UAV.

Citing a worry over “cyber vulnerabilities,” the U.S. Army this week ordered that all drones built by China-based DJI, the world’s largest drone manufacturer be forthwith removed from Army service. The order comes following a classified study of the issue completed in May by the Army Research Laboratory, and the simultaneous release of a Navy memorandum titled “Operational Risks with Regards to DJI Family of Products.”

According to aviation attorney Jonathan Rupprecht, the FAA has recently created more than 500 security-related flight restrictions prohibiting unpiloted aircraft flights over military locations...

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Watch this Homemade Robot Crack a SentrySafe Combination Safe in 15 Minutes

Last Christmas, Nathan Seidle’s wife gave him a second-hand safe she’d found on Craigslist. It was, at first glance, a strange gift. The couple already owned the same model, a $120 SentrySafe combination fire safe they’d bought from Home Depot. But this one, his wife explained, had a particular feature: The original owner had locked it and forgotten the combination. Her challenge to Seidle: Open it.

Seidle isn’t much of a safecracker. But as the founder of the Niwot, Colorado-based company SparkFun, a DIY and open-source hardware supplier, he’s a pretty experienced builder of homemade gadgets, tools, and robots. So over the next four months, he and his SparkFun colleagues set about building a bot that could crack the safe for them...

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Video shows the New Spy Drone Marines Can cast Into the Air

The RQ-21A Blackjack can take off and land from a small area on the battlefield, giving soldiers new flexibility for gathering reconnaissance.

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The newest Navy Marine Corps UAV can take off and land from a small area on the battlefield, where its customizable payload of sensors will give Marines the best real-time tactical picture they’ve ever had.

The RQ-21A Blackjack has a 16-foot wingspan and can take off and land in a 40- by 40-foot area. Built by Insitu, the Blackjack can carry larger, more diverse intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) payloads than its predecessors. The aircraft deployed to Afghanistan earlier this month. There, dedicated UAV squadron detachments will fly it from forward operating bases close to the battlefield.

“The majority of the sites we operate in...

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BLACK HORNET SPY DRONES USED IN AFGHANISTAN BY TROOPS TO DETERMINE WHAT’S UP AHEAD IN THIS VIDEO

 SCOUT MINIATURE SPY DRONES USED IN WARFARE VIDEO

Range of around 1 kilometre & can stay up in the air for say half an hour returning valuable film footage of what’s up ahead or around the corner. With this function troops can determine safety & other factors prior to deployment

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WANTING TO KNOW WHO IS TRYING TO ACCESS YOUR ANDROID PHONE THEN THIS APP WILL TAKE PICS OF THE CULPRIT

ANDROID PHONE MISUSER GETS PHOTOGRAPHED WHEN TRYING PASSWORDS

YOU ARE BEING WATCHED BY THE PHONE YOU ARE TRYING TO ACCESS
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If you are suspecting that someone is trying to use your Android smartphone while you are away but you are not quite sure who that can be, here is a suggestion on how to detect him. Thanks to a small app available on Google Play you can easily take a picture of a person who is typing a wrong password on your phone and you will be shown you how to set it up.

To get started follow steps below:

Step 1: First download Hidden Eye app for your Android from this link and install it.

Step 2: Once installation is finished, lunch the app.

Step 3: When you lunch the app for the first time you need to assign administrative rights over your device to Hidden Eye app...

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DRONE DOES THE ROUNDS OF AN AQUATIC PLAYGROUND ON VIDEO IN FRANCE

SEE WHAT THE DRONE SEES WHEN DOING THE ROUNDS OF AN AQUATIC PLAYGROUND

More great footage of the drones capacities on video

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POLICE DRONES HAVE HUGE STRIKE FORCE CAPABILITIES WITH ON BOARD TASERS & MUCH MORE IN THIS VIDEO

POLICE FORCE SHADOWHAWK ARMED DRONES READY FOR CRIMS

MEET homeland security’s police state tool/weapon to eleminate a police man or military personal won’t have to questions wether or not  it is supposed to do what it’s told  it will just do it NO QUESTIONS ASKED. it cruises at 50 mph  but can achieve 70mph as well it can tazer you  it can shoot you  it can even launch granades at you (just in case youré an terrorist operative ) it flys for 3.5 hours on it’s power source and it only  yes only weighs 50 lbs . isn’t it nice to know tha big sis and big brother are watching you for YOUR SAFTEY .   THERE’S A DOCUMENTERY  THAT CAME OUT IN 2006 CALLED REMOTE CONTROL WAR
IN IT THEY SHOW   A BUNCH OF  DRONES  NO OPERATOR NEEDED THEY FLY ON THEIR OWN AND USE HIVE TECHNOLIGY  WHICH THIS  U...

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TRACKING & KILLING TERRORISTS USING DRONE TECHNOLOGY IN THIS VIDEO

Spy drones used in warfare video here

They were the invisible warriors in Iraq, Afghanistan and most recently Libya. But drones, the CIA’s elusive, unmanned counterterrorism war planes, add a new level of danger for CIA operatives in the field. After a string of drone attacks on key al-Qaeda and Taliban leadership, an undercover Taliban sympathizer penetrates deep into the heart of drone war headquarters and detonates a suicide vest, killing seven of the CIA’s most effective officers

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KILLER DRONES ENGAGED TO EXECUTE COMBATANTS & TERRORISTS VIDEO

This drone killer video highlights the practicality of its use

This outstanding video on drones and warfare highlight the usefull ness of the spy killer drones.

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