Pierluigi Paganini July 31, 2017
Microsoft won’t patch the 20-year-old SMBv1 SMBloris flaw disclosed at DEF CON conference

Microsoft has announced that the SMBv1 SMBloris bug described at DEF CON won’t be patched because it could be fixed simply blocking incoming connections. Recently security researchers at RiskSense have identified a 20-year-old Windows SMB vulnerability they called SMBloris (a nod to the Slowloris DoS attack.), they presented their findings at the recent DEF CON hacker […]

Pierluigi Paganini July 30, 2017
Bypassing locking mechanisms of a smart gun with $15 worth of magnets

The hacker ‘Plore’ demonstrated that it possible to bypass security measures implemented by German manufacturer Armatix for its smart gun. The story I’m going to tell you demonstrates how fragile could be smart objects, some times cheap and off-the-shelf devices could be used to compromise them. This is the case of certain models of smart […]