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JTempest Windows ExtIO 32-Bit
Posted Nov 28, 2017
Authored by rtl-sdr, Martin Marinov | Site github.com

TempestSDR is an open source tool that allows you to use any SDR that has a supporting ExtIO (such as RTL-SDR, Airspy, SDRplay, HackRF) to receive the unintentional signal radiation from a screen, and turn that signal back into a live image. This is a pre-compiled version of the project that is built to work on Windows with ExtIO interfaces.

tags | tool
systems | windows
MD5 | 9b499cdf0b7d0e6ff6c9c1e964e83781
TempestSDR RTL-SDR Fork
Posted Nov 28, 2017
Authored by rtl-sdr, Martin Marinov | Site github.com

This project is a software toolkit for remotely eavesdropping video monitors using a Software Defined Radio (SDR) receiver. It exploits compromising emanations from cables carrying video signals. Raster video is usually transmitted one line of pixels at a time, encoded as a varying current. This generates an electromagnetic wave that can be picked up by an SDR receiver. The software maps the received field strength of a pixel to a gray-scale shade in real-time. This forms a false colour estimate of the original video signal. The toolkit uses unmodified off-the-shelf hardware which lowers the costs and increases mobility compared to existing solutions. It allows for additional post-processing which improves the signal-to-noise ratio. The attacker does not need to have prior knowledge about the target video display. All parameters such as resolution and refresh rate are estimated with the aid of the software. The software consists of a library written in C, a collection of plug-ins for various Software Define Radio (SDR) front-ends and a Java based Graphical User Interface (GUI). It is a multi-platform application, with all native libraries pre-compiled and packed into a single Java jar file. This forked variant of the original contains an updated Makefile to support Windows with ExtIO interfaces.

tags | tool, java
systems | windows
MD5 | 7268b9390d5f385f817cf0264ef9b197
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