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Unitree Robot Gun Carrying Dog Disabled by Remote Hacking Tool

Discovery was posted on GitHub and Twitter by KF@d0tslash and mavproxyuser. The PDB has a 433 MHz backdoor. To take control of the bot, the Flipper Zero multitool is used to communicate wirelessly via RFID, Bluetooth and NFC.

Unitree Robot Gun Carrying Dog Disabled by Remote Hacking Tool

Hackers have discovered that a robot dog with a machine gun has a key that can be accessed with a small, portable hacking tool. The discovery was posted on GitHub and Twitter by hackers using KF@d0tslash and mavproxyuser. “Good news! “KF @d0tslash said on Twitter. “Think of that robot dog you saw with a gun! Created by @unitreerobotic. Seems like all you need to throw him in the mud is @flipper_zero. The PDB has a 433 MHz backdoor. The video showed one of the Unitree robot dogs connected to a power source using d0tslash. To take control of the bot, the Flipper Zero multitool is used, which can communicate wirelessly via RFID, Bluetooth, NFC, and other channels.

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