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Swiss TV Story aired

Last week the TV story about the BlueBug has been broadcasted at the Swiss television station SFDRS. The name of the show is "Kassensturz", which is well recognized consumer magazine with long tradition in the Swiss television history. The story about the bluetooth vulnerability has been the first tv story with me in this context, where they got everything right. Salzburg Research and my name have been spelled absolutely correct. This must be Swiss precision. A big "Thank you" to Anatol Hug and his colleagues from Kassensturz :)
A realstream of the show is provided here. So you can see the original story yourself.
It is worth mentioning that for Germans or Austrians the Swiss German might sound a little funny. This is also an explanation for my permanent smiling in the video :)

Posted by Martin Herfurt on Wed, June 30, 2004 at 06:32 PM | Comments (0)


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