So after the Heartbleed vulnerability in OpenSSL that turned the World upside down, there has a been a lot of focus on the codebase and the manner in which it was written. They’ve raised a bunch of money, an audit is underway and there has even been a fairly serious branch named LibreSSL (who are […]
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Introduction So the Internet has been exploding this week due to the Heartbleed Bug in OpenSSL which effects a LOT of servers and websites and is being hailed by some as the worst vulnerability in the history of the Internet thus far. The main info on the bug can be found at http://heartbleed.com/. In basic […]
Now this is a very interesting technique, as far as I know I’ve not seen anything similar to this before. It’s like a rather bizarre meld of hardware hacking and software exploitation using cryptographic algorithm cracking techniques. Some rather smart fellas have found a way to extract the private SSL key from a device by […]