Introduction Today we will take a first look at malware-based attacks on ATMs in general, while future articles will go into more detail on the individual subtopics. ATMs have been robbed by criminal gangs around the world for decades. A successful approach since ~ 20 years is the use of highly flammable gas, which is … Continue reading Malware-based attacks on ATMs – A summary
As discussed in our first post in the series about our ICS firing range, we came to the conclusion that we had to build a lab ourselves. Now, this turned out to be a quite tricky task and in this blog post I am going to tell you why: which challenges we faced and which … Continue reading Building an ICS Firing Range – Part 2 (Defcon 29 ICS Village)
Wi-Fi devices are affected by a series of new attacks on the Wi-Fi protocol, known as FragAttacks and released in May 2021. These attacks have complex requirements and impacts. We attempt to shed some light on those and provide some guidance for users, developers and asset owners (integrators or IT staff).
This blog post is the last part of a series, if you are interested in the security or privacy of smart home devices, be sure to check out the other parts as well! TL;DR: In our previous blog posts we concluded that there is quite a long way to go for both security and privacy … Continue reading Smart Home Devices: assets or liabilities? – Part 3: Looking at the future
TL;DR - Part two of this trilogy of blog posts will tackle the next big topic when it comes to smart home devices: privacy. Are these devices doubling as the ultimate data collection tool, and are we unwittingly providing the manufacturers with all of our private data? Find out in this blog post! This blog … Continue reading Smart Home Devices: assets or liabilities? – Part 2: Privacy
This blog post is part of a series, keep an eye out for the following parts! TL;DR - Smart home devices are everywhere, so I tested the base security measures implemented on fifteen devices on the European market. In this blog post, I share my experience throughout these assessments and my conclusions on the overall … Continue reading Smart Home Devices: assets or liabilities? – Part 1: Security