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AL-Qaeda's 22 tips and tricks to dodge drones

Dr Max (1696200) writes | about a year and a half ago


Dr Max (1696200) writes "Ever wondered how AL-Qaeda operate under the ever watchful eye of the US army? Well here is a list of 22 of there tips and tricks on pulling a fast one. Most of it consists of the obvious like stay in the shadows, or under thick trees, with zero wireless communication; However there is also some less obvious solutions like the $2595 Russian "sky grabber" which can track the drones, or covering your roof and car with broken glass (not really sure why). They also claim good snipers can take out the reconnaissance drones which fly at a lower level. Now the question is, will all this still be relevant during the robo-apocalypse?"
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Eh? (0)

DNS-and-BIND (461968) | about a year and a half ago | (#42977329)

What is this even doing on Slashdot? What is this, a general news affiliator?

Re:Eh? (1)

Dr Max (1696200) | about a year and a half ago | (#42977379)

Shut up, your mum is more of a man than you are.

Re:Eh? (1)

AHuxley (892839) | about a year and a half ago | (#42977587)

Real world signals intelligence, social engineering and electronic countermeasures would not be news for nerds?
The math of a dynamo fitted with a 30-meter copper pole - range and frequencies produced vs ...? Insight into the "Racal"? Makes a change from hiding under a hoodie and scarf, umbrella with tinfoil, fiberglass insulation, mud ....
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