DEFCON: From war-dailing to war-carting

Three MIT students have shown the weaknesses of the Boston and other local transportation systems in the US (and of course got sued instead of learning from it). The image below is a compilation of some of the DEFCON slides from their presentation.


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More information:
Search for the DEFCON slides on the I-Net; there is (at time of writing) a copy of the MIT student presentation at http://www-tech.mit.edu/V128/N30/subway/Defcon_Presentation.pdf

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