Pierluigi Paganini September 02, 2013
Reversing Dropbox client code raises security issues

Researchers at last USENIX security symposium presented a new method and consolidated techniques for reversing Dropbox code to bypass Dropbox’s two factor authentication, hijack Dropbox accounts and intercept SSL data. Reversing Dropbox analysis allowed researchers to crack its open cloud storage service, reverse engineering the encryption protecting the client it is possible to open it up […]

Pierluigi Paganini August 28, 2013
Hacking phone firmware allows paging response attack on GSM

Researchers at last USENIX Security Symposium demonstrated that hacking phone firmware it is possible to violate the security of mobile under the same area Hacking phone firmware it is possible to interfere with other handsets  in the same area, the attack technique has been presented recently at USENIX Security Symposium by telecommunications researcher Kévin Redon. Redon […]