DtSR Episode 482 - Tales of Wireless Hacking
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Prologue This week, on a good start to the new year, Eric Escobar joins us to talk about hacking wireless - and a little bit of history on the topic. Taking us back to early wireless hacking where you had to have the right wireless PCMCIA card and drivers, to today where things are a little more complicated but oddly not too much has changed. Guest Eric Escobar LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/eric-escobar/ 
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