Using encryption and onion routing is all fine and dandy, but both can be detected and both can, at the very least, be severely hampered or even be cut off.
However, the Internet nowadays is full of services and systems that autonomously, and continuously, send data to users all over the world.
These messages or interactions are seen as formalities and have become a blind spot, even with security minded people; they are just the fixtures of the Internet.
In this lecture I want to try and effect a change of mind when looking at these fixtures and to show ways how to hack them.
Hack them, not to pwn them or to corrupt them, but rather hack them to use as communications method when all else is either watched, broken or blocked.
Not in the same way as 'just sending a few base64 encoded tweets', but really...