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Termineter - Smart Meter Security Testing Framework

Termineter – Smart Meter Security Testing Framework

Termineter is a Python Smart Meter Security Testing framework which allows authorised individuals to test Smart Meters for vulnerabilities such as energy consumption fraud, network hijacking, and more. Many of these vulnerabilities have been highlighted by the media and advisories have been sent out by law enforcement agencies. The goal of a public release for […]

Topic: Hacking Tools, Hardware Hacking, Networking Hacking
160,000 Network Printers Hacked

160,000 Network Printers Hacked

It’s a pretty simple hack (in a rather grey-hat fashion), but it’s getting a LOT of media coverage and 160,000 network printers hacked just goes to show once again the whole Internet of Things chapter we are entering is pretty scary. Definitely a neat hack tho, utilising the mass scanning power of Zmap and scanning […]

Topic: Exploits/Vulnerabilities, Hardware Hacking, Networking Hacking
Kiev Power Outage Linked To Cyber Attacks

Kiev Power Outage Linked To Cyber Attacks

A Kiev power outage last weekend in Ukraine has been linked to a cyber attack, which is worryingly similar to an attack that happened around the same time last year. Sub-stations and transmission stations have always been a weak point for nation-state attacks as EVERYTHING relies on them now. Plus with smart grids and remotely […]

Topic: Hardware Hacking
Kautilya – Human Interface Device Hacking Toolkit

Kautilya – Human Interface Device Hacking Toolkit

Kautilya is a human interface device hacking toolkit which provides various payloads for HIDs which may help with breaking into a computer during penetration tests. The Windows payloads and modules are written mostly in powershell (in combination with native commands) and are tested on Windows 7 and Windows 8. In principal Kautilya should work with […]

Topic: Hacking Tools, Hardware Hacking
Tesla Hack - Remote Access Whilst Parked or Driving

Tesla Hack – Remote Access Whilst Parked or Driving

The big buzz on my Twitter this week was about the Tesla Hack carried out by a Chinese crew called Keen Security Lab. It’s no big surprise even though Tesla is known for being fairly security concious and proactive about it. With it being a connected car, that’s pretty important that any remote control capabilities […]

Topic: Exploits/Vulnerabilities, Hardware Hacking
In 2016 Your Wireless Keyboard Security Still SUCKS - KeySniffer

In 2016 Your Wireless Keyboard Security Still SUCKS – KeySniffer

So you’d probably imagine that Wireless Keyboard Security is a 1998 problem and you shouldn’t even have to worry about that any more. And you’d be wrong – two-thirds of wireless keyboards, from MAJOR manufacturers are not even vaguely secure. It turns out, in 2016 when cryptography is mainstream, open-source and fairly easy to implement […]

Topic: Exploits/Vulnerabilities, Hardware Hacking