Markus @ Auburn University in Auburn, AL

May 01, 2019

My name is Markus and I love your site and all the tools for sale. I am a student at Auburn University in Auburn, AL (1.5 hrs from Atlanta)

What I'm interested in purchasing:

    • Proxmark3 Kit
    • MagSpoof
    • HackRF Display Assembly (Portapack)
    • Ubertooth One + enclosure

I am a PhD Student in the department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. My area of research is wireless communication and, inspired by Defcon talks in particular those of Michael Ossmann, I've been working on passive RF devices such as RFID, and I'm investigating passive RF devices. I've been involved in our IEEE Student Chapter, developing 3D printed water sterilization devices for distribution in developing nations, our local student hackrrspace, and much more. I have garnered some respect on campus with the University Cybersecurity team when I discovered a vulnerability in the on campus WiFi network. However, the tough thing about my research is that it's self-funded.

I plan on building and publishing on using RFID technology for things that it was not intended for, such as modulating sound and passively transmitting it, keystroke interceptors, etc.

Below are some photos of me on campus.

Above is me and my project partner (face blurred out) testing out a 2.4 Ghz antenna I designed in Matlab

Cool screenshot of Ubuntu running on my old MacBook where we're looking at all the WiFi Basestations we're picking up. Some of those were over a 100 yards away!

Shot of our antenna.

Hawaiian shirt day in the Electrical and Computer Engineering building with our school mascot, Aubie, and Dr. Stu Wentworth, a well-loved Electromagnetics professor.






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