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As previously mentioned this past semester during my studies at the University of British Columbia I conducted a security analysis of the i>clicker audience response system.  As shown in previous posts we were able to develop a working exploit which would allows us to randomly generate clicker IDs on the fly.

As part of the analysis we prepared a powerpoint presentation with our findings.  I have created a rough video recap of this presentation narrated by myself.

You can find it here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wMqTUmcPlsU&hd=1 .

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Checkout the following video for the first installment in a series of videos (I am in the process of creating) detailing the process and results of my i>clicker security analysis (conducted as part of a group project in my UBC - EECE 412 class).

Due to it being final exams season, a more detailed writeup of the process and my findings will be postponed until later this month (though I must point out I do not intend to release a step by step how-to guide, for obvious reasons).  Be sure to check back!