Black Hat 2014 had a roundtable on “Medical Devices Roundtable: Is There a Doctor in the House? Security and Privacy in the Medical World”. Rapid 7’s Jay Radcliffe presented the major issues facing the healthcare industry as it moves in the direction of increasing automation both of information and devices, an expanding surface for all […]
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This video demonstrates using nmap on the Pwn Pad, both with the one-touch functionality and from the command-line. The video covers the various adapters that can be used with the Pwn Pad and how to choose which one you are using: tplink, trendnet USB ethernet adapter, the onboard Nexus adapter, or EvilAP. Nmap will ascertain […]
Hundreds of pages could be written about the security state of the Internet of Things (IoT); the tricky thing about embedded devices is that security often seems to be an afterthought. The recent Black Hat conference in Las Vegas touched on IoT security and DEF CON broached the subject as well. In addition to the […]
Increasingly, those with evil intentions are targeting personal computers over wireless networks, either by passively monitoring the traffic or by setting up a duplicate network for a “man-in-the-middle” attack. Though people should probably know better by now, Gene Bransfield’s presentation at this year’s DEF CON, “War Kitteh”, demonstrated just how prevalent weak or un-encrypted Wi-Fi […]
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The Pwnies have come back East after an intense — and amazing — week in Sin City. Seeing the community out in full force is a rare and beautiful thing, and Black Hat and DEF CON are the greatest time to do so. Though a little healthy paranoia goes far in this industry, Pwnie Express […]
The heart of any company is the headquarters. Organizations go to great lengths to protect this center of human and security activity, but like wearing a Kevlar vest to protect the vitals, securing just the headquarters is not enough. And even scarier? Until now, there was no cost-effective way of consistently monitoring the security of […]
Note: Per our agreement with NPR, Pwnie Express is not disclosing any data collected during the research experiment with Steve Henn, but focusing it’s comments on providing education on the techniques used. In my last post I described how I configured a Pwn Plug R2 to stream Steve Henn’s laptop and iPhone traffic from his home office to […]
Note: Per our agreement with NPR, Pwnie Express is not disclosing any data collected during the research experiment with Steve Henn, but focusing it’s comments on providing education on the techniques used.As part of a collaboration between NPR, Ars Technica, and Pwnie Express, I spent the last few months on what can only be described as […]