Strix Interceptor

Strix interceptor is DIY security testing framework for UAVs designed to intercept other UAVs in flight while adhering to legal limitations.

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Strix Interceptor is a multi platform network of drones and ROS systems designed to intercept other autonomous appliances. It's a combination of using DragonOS and ROS nodes to create a cooperative network of drones and robots to intercept other systems. Understanding of software defined radios (SDR), Pixhawk firmware, mission planner (Ardupilot) and ROS2.

Back in February 2023 my neighbor's kid kept flying his drone around my place and just staring at me with it in the most inconvenient times. Talked to the kid's parents about it but it was pretty much like talking to a brick wall, and I'm not the confrontational type. So what did I do? 

Call the cops obviously. But that also turned out to be kind of a weird situation as the kid wasn't inherently being harmful and just flying his drone all over. 

So from then on I decided to get back at this kid the only way I knew how, build a bigger drone and bully his DJI mini.  

  • 1 × 3DR X8 Drone Passive Filters / Ceramic Microwave
  • 1 × Pixhawk 2.1 Flight controller
  • 1 × Raspberry Pi 4
  • 1 × Hack RF One SDR
  • 1 × Hak5 Wifi Pineapple

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    Lexi08/02/2023 at 03:51 0 comments

    This isn't the first type of drone in existence to do the little neat hacking tricks we desire:

    The Danger Drone by Bishop Fox is like a flying hacker's toolkit. It's a drone packed with all sorts of hacking tools that can pretend to attack networks, buildings, and gadgets. Security experts can control it from afar to find weak spots in security systems, train for real-world scenarios, or just explore new ways to hack things. Launched at a DEFCON in 2016, it's a cool blend of tech and creativity that's open for anyone to tinker with.

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