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In early-2013, independent security researcher, Evan “treefort” Booth, began working to answer one simple question: Can common items sold in airports the security screening be used to build lethal weapons? As it turns out, even a marginally “MacGyver-esque” attacker can breeze through terminal gift shops, restaurants, magazine stands and duty-free shops to find everything needed to wage war on an airplane. Just how easy is it to build these weapons? The bulk of Evan’s research, Terminal Cornucopia, has been released publicly for you to see for yourself. This work is ongoing, so be sure to check back for future updates.

That’s a great question. An even better question is: What if they already know all this? All of these findings have been reported to the Department of Homeland Security (TSA) to help them better detect these types of threats. Furthermore, the next time you fly, you’ll be flying as a more informed consumer (and taxpayer, possibly) — one who is more equipped to demand better, more appropriate airport security.

All Terminal Cornucopia weapons were constructed in a lab. At no point were any weapons built, handled, or transported in or near an airport.

Because the findings of this research (thus far) are arguably common sense, it is in this researcher's opinion that they fall outside of the purview of Responsible Disclosure. That said, all findings have been reported to the proper authorities, whom were granted the option of establishing a timeline for remediation and/or disclosure. No instructions have been given to that end.

Don't break the law. Don't build weapons if you don't know how to do it safely. Don't be stupid.

Growing up, it was a safe bet that if an object around the house was held together with screws or contained any number of wires, Evan “treefort” Booth took it apart at some point to see what made it tick. In 4th grade, with the help of strategically placed pens, erasers, and a Pop-Tarts wrapper, Evan's pencil box could quickly be converted into a model rocket launchpad. His Liquid Drano purchases to toilets cleaned ratio is absolutely abysmal. This never-ending supply of curiosity eventually translated into a passion for understanding computers and programming.

Having earned a degree in Digital Media — a nerdy union of design fundamentals and computer programming — from East Tennessee State University in Johnson City, Evan founded his company, Recursive Squirrel, where he has served a wide variety of clients in need of application development and consulting for nearly a decade. When he isn't organizing 1's and 0's, Evan is likely off picking locks with the FALE Association of Locksport Enthusiasts, a lock picking group he co-founded in 2010.

Make no mistake: the best part about buying a bulky item is, in fact, the huge cardboard box.

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When he isn't building weapons, Evan is talking about building weapons. Contact me if your event could benefit from a very unique keynote on any of the following topics:

CarolinaCon 9 – March, 2013 - Click to watch!

DerbyCon 3.0 – September, 2013 - Click to watch!

SkyDogCon 3.0 – October, 2013 - Click to watch!

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Las empresas Teléfonos de México (Telmex) y Teléfonos del Noroeste (Telnor), filiales de América Móvil, podrán cobrar tarifas de interconexión a sus competidoras a partir de enero de 2019, luego de que la Suprema Corte de Justicia de la Nación (SCJN) les concediera un amparo.

El diario Reforma reportó que la Segunda Sala de la SCJN aprobó los proyectos de sentencia de los ministros Alberto Pérez Dayán y Eduardo Medina Mora, quienes proponían conceder la protección de justicia a las dos empresas solicitantes.

En 2014, el Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones (IFT) ordenó a América Móvil, empresa de Carlos Slim, a separarse para crear varias compañías independientes de servicios mayoristas, y le prohibió cobrar por la interconexión, al determinar que era un agente preponderante en el sector.

Durante la sesión de la Corte, el ministro Pérez Dayán aclaró que estaba en contra de aplazar la vigencia de las tarifas hasta 2014, y propuso que debían darse 60 días al IFT para determinar la medida y ponerla en operación.

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En 2017, la SCJN otorgó un amparo similar, únicamente a la compañía Telcel, por considerar que el Congreso invadió atribuciones del IFR al regular en ley el tema de las tarifas, que por naturaleza es dinámico y debe estar bajo control del órgano regulador especializado.

De acuerdo con Reforma , el amparo no tendrá efectos retroactivos en perjuicio de Telmex y Telnor, que no deberán resarcir los más de cuatro años de exención de pago a estas empresas, como ocurrió en el caso de Telcel.

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