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Posts published in “Day: July 9, 2020

Virtual Circuits in a narrow band network

I know that in a broadband network a virtual circuit is established like in an X.25, frame relay and ATM. Is there a virtual circuit established in narrow band network and if yes then how is it established and maintained?

Advice for IOT school project

Not sure if this is the right place to post this but I'm working on a project that requires me to exploit a vulnerability on a IOT device. However, The only notable IOT device in my home is a Google Home Mini. I was wondering if there were any known vulnerabilities on Google Home that I could take advantage of? I did some googling and found some results but no with instructions.

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Advice for IOT school project

Not sure if this is the right place to post this but I'm working on a project that requires me to exploit a vulnerability on a IOT device. However, The only notable IOT device in my home is a Google Home Mini. I was wondering if there were any known vulnerabilities on Google Home that I could take advantage of? I did some googling and found some results but no with instructions.

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Here’s an update on the Helium Network

Hi all, hope you're all well.

It's been a while since we've talked to this community about Helium, but I wanted to give an update on what we've been doing there and how we think it can help your IoT projects.

In short, Helium Hotspot owners have created a network of ~4,500 Hotspots. Helium exists in 1,000+ US cities right now (so if you're in the US, there's a reasonable chance you're covered), and expansion into EU and Asia-Pacific is imminent. We became the largest public US-based LoRaWAN network in just 10 months.

We're seeing a lot of interest from device makers that are now able to utilise our affordable connectivity rates (100 devices pinging a 24-byte packet every hour costs $0.71/month), on a nationwide roaming network.

There's also some good IoT chat happening in our discord: https://discord.com/invite/helium

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Here’s an update on the Helium Network

Hi all, hope you're all well.

It's been a while since we've talked to this community about Helium, but I wanted to give an update on what we've been doing there and how we think it can help your IoT projects.

In short, Helium Hotspot owners have created a network of ~4,500 Hotspots. Helium exists in 1,000+ US cities right now (so if you're in the US, there's a reasonable chance you're covered), and expansion into EU and Asia-Pacific is imminent. We became the largest public US-based LoRaWAN network in just 10 months.

We're seeing a lot of interest from device makers that are now able to utilise our affordable connectivity rates (100 devices pinging a 24-byte packet every hour costs $0.71/month), on a nationwide roaming network.

There's also some good IoT chat happening in our discord: https://discord.com/invite/helium

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