This morning I stumbled upon this. Apple one of the companies in the world that does sort of care about privacy was hacked by a 16 year old!
After busting the kid. Police uncovered a litany of hacking files and instructions all saved in a folder titled “hacky hack hack”.
Full link to the article
So I moved home recently and what I didn’t realise, and what was also a very pleasant surprise, was that the new home has a fiber optic link (or fttp if you want the nice acronym!). So now via a not so great gigabit link via my ISP’s cheap and rather crappy supplied modem. It’s not rocket ship fast but should hopefully be a lot better than the old ADSL2 link that the poor thing limped along on. Fingers crossed that this should work faster and we should have longer uptimes!
howmanypeoplearearound “calculates the number of people in the vicinity using the approximate number of smartphones as a proxy”
To do this on Mac os X first make sure that you have “brew” installed.
See the simple instructions / site hear
Your also going to need tshark the cli version of wireshark installed
brew install tshark
Also I found using python3 important as I was having dependency problems with the standard python install
Download and install python3 from hear
sudo pip3 install howmanypeoplearearound
now you can observe howmanypeoplearearound !
sudo howmanypeoplearearound -s 300 -o scan_big2.json -a en1
(Listens to network traffic for 5 minutes writes to the file scan_big2.json in json format using interface en1 (wireless card use ifconfig -a to check that yours is named in the same manner)