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Re: [Cryptography] jammers, nor not

On Tue, Feb 28, 2017 at 10:19 AM, Jonathan Thornburg
<jthorn4242 AT gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Feb 27, 2017 at 05:21:12PM -0800, Ron Garret wrote:
>> Wrapping your gadgets in aluminum foil should be pretty effective
>> at (ahem) foiling their attempts to contact a wifi hub.
> Unless your entire home is wrapped in aluminum foil (including
> rf-blocking coatings on all windows (permanently closed!)), it's hard
> to *use* a {printer, refrigerator, washing mashine, coffee maker, ...}
> while said object is wrapped in aluminum foil. :)

A single layer of do it yourself aluminum foil is inexpensive,
perhaps about 1% at time of construction. Even if windows are
skipped, perhaps it would mitigate some driveby attacks such as...?
Add in some cheap rolldown foil over cloth window shades or
plywood shutters and maybe the residents would enjoy quite
pre-industrial RF free sleeping hours?
This seems easily pilot testable and marketable to both health
and spy type of customers.