Warspying, intercept video data

The practice of intercept and decode part of the invisible signals that constantly crossing public spaces is similar, from a conceptual point of view, the interpolation of the critical flow of news, as both seek to esumere a significant cross of this, through a selection of the relevant data. A new practice, it is now adding to Wardriving , the localization of wireless networks to exploit the band, and it's called 'Warspying'. It illustrates the characteristics a recent article by Kevin Poulsen describing his experience in San Francisco according to three fans with their portable devices, consisting of a tiny television screen with two and a half inches, a receiver and an antenna craft. In some parts of the city is able to intercept views Interior views or transmitted by surveillance cameras that send images wirelessly shooting. The neologism was coined from 2600, the historic hacker zine New York, and has reached a critical mass of users thanks to the spread of economic cameras Wireless X10 Wireless Technology. The zine noted how the receivers could be used in any environment by detecting other cameras on the 2.4GHz band, but they are already on the market in the U.S. more devices cheap enough.