Shmoocon 2020 – Chris Lyne’s and Nick Miles’ ‘Extracting An ELF From An ESP32’

Thanks to 0xdade for publishing these outstanding Shmoocon 2020 Convention videos via the 0xdade YouTube channel and the 0xdade Shmoocon 2020 Playlist for everyone to view, learn and, of course, enjoy. Permalink ...
direct memory attack

Eclypsium Researchers Demonstrate Direct Memory Attacks

Researchers from Eclypsium, a provider of secure firmware, disclosed this week that they have been able to launch successful direct memory access (DMA) attacks that bypass security frameworks such as UEFI Secure ...
Security Boulevard

DEF CON 27, Bio Hacking Village, Dr Avi Rubin’s ‘Beyond The Firmware: The Attack Surface of a Networked Medical Device’

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DEF CON 27, Wireless Village, Hak5Crew’s ‘Introducing New Hak5 Gear’

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DEF CON 27, Wireless Village, Nishant Sharma’s ‘Developing Wifi Access Point Rootkits’

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Litany of Bad Behavior At Bezos' RING

Litany of Bad Behavior At Bezos’ RING

Based on outrage as to the marketing tactics of Amazon's RING unit (and the serious flaws discovered weekly with this hardware home security solution), I predict signifant lawfare targeting the company, for ...
Image Credit: Paul Scherrer Institute - Ptychographic X-ray Laminography

Reverse Engineering Intellectual Property: Chip Ptychographic X-ray Laminography

Image Credit: Paul Scherrer Institute - Ptychographic X-ray Laminography via Samuel K. Moore - writing for IEEE Spectrum Magazine - comes this outstanding article published on October 7th, 2019; in which, Mr ...
Researchers: SIMJacker Flaw Permits Device Hijack With SMS

Researchers: SIMJacker Flaw Permits Device Hijack With SMS

Bad - very bad - news for SMS users, mobile device owners, manufacturers and carriers. h/t "Dubbed "SimJacker," the vulnerability resides in a particular piece of software, called the S@T Browser (a ...