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‘Anti-router’ stops drones, cameras, and Google Glass from connecting to Wi-Fi networks

07
Sep
2014

Are you paranoid that strangers are using drones, security cameras, hidden microphones, or even Google Glass to spy on you? Just stick it into a power outlet and watch as it sounds an alarm whenever such a surveillance device enters the vicinity of your home. If youre really looking to make a statement, you can even show those Glassholes whos boss by preventing all surveillance devices near your Cyborg Unplug from connecting to any Wi-Fi network. Its created by Julian Oliver, an artist living in Berlin who originally came up with a bit of code called Glasshole.sh that was designed to kick Google Glass devices from your Wi-Fi network.

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