February 29th 2012: SqueezePlayer, BubbleUPnP, Raspberry Pi, Scratch and WPS
Brian demonstrated SqueezePlayer, the Logitech version and BubbleUPnP running on a mobile ’phone to play/control a media centre.
David C played a video of Raspberry Pi and demonstrated the Scratch programming language for children.
David S showed how certain Cisco WPS routers which have a button to generate a code can be hacked in vulnerable networks with reaver-wps — which, if run for 12 hours, will detect the WPS password. Of home routers, only the Virginmedia ones are vulnerable.