Friday, February 27 2015
Wednesday, February 11 2015
BruCon 5-7 October: Daan Raman - A distributed approach to mobile malware scanning, Markus Vervier - Stealing a Mobile Identity Using Wormholes
My good friend Nick has started a campaign to support Android users in risk and will provide free iPhones to them
Nice captures of what happens with the cellular service when the President is around: 1 2.
Inside a StingRay. Matt Blaze would take your spare StingRay base unit.
The Gemalto hack by GSHQ/NSA makes a lot of sense and is pretty interesting. Stories by Wired and The Register.
TelcoSecDay @ Troopers Markus Vervier: Borrowing Mobile Network Identities - Just Because We Can, Tobias Engel: Securing the SS7 Interconnect, Ravishankar Borgaonkar - TelcoSecurity Mirage: 1G to 5G, Dieter Spaar - How to Assess M2M Communication from an Attacker's Perspective.
CanSecWest Timur Yunusov & Kirill Nesterov - Bootkit via SMS: 4G access level security assesment. Team Pangu Userland Exploits of Pangu 8, the first untethered iOS8 jailbreak.
Hack in the Box Amsterdam The Savage Curtain: Mobile SSL Failures; Eight Ou Two Mobile; Mobile Authentication Subspace Travel; Fuzzing Objects d'ART: Digging Into the New Android L Runtime Internals; Relay Attacks in EMV Contactless Cards with Android OTS Devices; Bootkit via SMS: 4G Access Level Security Assessment
TelcoSecDay @ Troopers looks pretty awesome. Too bad that I can't go because of the 100% overlap with CanSec. Sadly this seems to be a new trend that a number of top conferences overlap or are so close to each other that it is impossible to attend both.
Somebody is selling fake versions of the Android Hacker's Handbook on Amazon. Indicators are missing pictures or the white book backside (original one is black).
We recently presented BabelCrypt at Financial Crypto. I would love to see a usable implementation of this. Unfortunately I don't have the time to make this happen. I would pay money for this app.