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RE: [Full-Disclosure] Scary Question
Date: Mon Mar 01 2004 - 09:08:26 CST
>certain waves or radio emissions
You'r more talking about a HERF (High Energy Radio Frequency). They are
great for remote killing an electronic device (wasn't this already
discussed in FD?).
but check this: www.voltsamps.com; they show how to build an 1kW HERF out
of a microwave. (HERF005)
PS: yes they used an EMP (not a HERF) in Oceans11
Can anyone say EMP? I'm no rocket scientist, but it is possible. Things
nuclear bombs emit a EMP blast, but that doesn't really matter since
everything gets toasted anyway. Google for it. I believe they used a
like this is the movie Ocean's Eleven.
This is not the right list for this.
[mailto:full-disclosure-adminlists.netsys.com] On Behalf Of Uday Moorjani
Sent: 01 March 2004 04:11 AM
To: Ton of inappropriate places
Subject: [Full-Disclosure] Scary Question
This question might not be suiteable for this mailing
lists but I will ask it anyway.
I heard that it was possible to cause irrepareable
damage to any electronic circuit through
certain waves or radio emissions ( I'm not qualified
in this subject ).
And I'm afraid I have even found some ready made
gadgets being sold on the internet.
My questions are : Can anyone qualified in this matter
please explain to me if
this is really possible ?
Are there any reading
material available relating to this gender
Denial of Service ?
Thank you very much Securityfocus.
Uday K. Moorjani
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