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SQL Injection To Beat Traffic Cameras

samzenpus posted about 4 years ago | from the i-fought-the-law dept.

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yakatz writes "Even if this wouldn't actually cause the traffic camera's picture-parsing computer to drop a table, it would at least cover the license plate. Looks like an interesting idea."

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An even easier way to attempt (2, Insightful)

JiffyPop (318506) | about 4 years ago | (#31597914)

Although it would only keep you from getting a ticket, while the above would "help" everyone, this doesn't obscure your license plate.

Tape to the left of the license plate:
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Not covering plate (2, Insightful)

Volante3192 (953645) | about 4 years ago | (#31613838)

Yeah...it's not exactly covering the plate; isn't that the first 7 characters on the left?

Re:Not covering plate (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 4 years ago | (#31640738)

Yeah...it's not exactly covering the plate; isn't that the first 7 characters on the left?

no - you can see the reg plate bottom centre - it's a european registered car - the blue strip on the left of the plate has the country of registrations short letter code in there - I think it's says PL so Poland.

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Anonymous Coward | about 4 years ago | (#31624278)

Yay to Poland! if you looked closely the guy has PL on the license plate.

I've been thinking of this for a while... (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 4 years ago | (#31633204)

but never looked up the law. I'm wondering if my state has a law that states I MUST have the tag in the 'normal' location. I wonder if it's legal to move it off to the side, and add a some several other placards that look like they might be out of state tags..

Just a sure fire way to get pulled over I suppose.

Re:I've been thinking of this for a while... (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 4 years ago | (#31646790)

In my state [Florida], the easier solution is simply to remove the license plate. Plate-free vehicles seem to be all the rage, and law enforcement do exactly nothing about it.

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