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A new Course: “Software Exploitation via Hardware Exploitation”

January 31, 2014 by

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For the last couple of years we’ve been teaching Practical ARM Exploitation. It’s sold out at every public offering (CanSecWest 2012 and BlackHat 2012 & 2013) and we’ve been fortunate enough to give it privately to a number of really amazing organizations. In 2011 we did a talk entitled “Hardware Hacking For Software People” at […]

Reykjavík, Iceland (Nordic Sec Conference)

August 27, 2013 by

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We took our “ARM Exploitation” course to Iceland at the request of old friends. We’ve long admired some of the Iceland guys, so we decided to go. NordicSec was a small conference but pretty dense in talent/skill. Our class was small but that was to be expected. It was great though to see so many […]

Infiltrate 2013: “Miami…Joeboy…Quick study”

May 25, 2013 by

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“Case turned on the tensor beside the Hosaka. The crisp circle of light fell directly on the Flatline’s construct. He slotted some ice, connnected the construct, and jacked in. It was exactly the sensation of someone reading over his shoulder. He coughed. “Dix? McCoy? That you man?” His throat was tight. “Hey, bro,” said a directionless […]

Upcoming for 2013

April 26, 2013 by

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We haven’t done posts in a while. We’ve had quite few in the magazine for some time now, but have done a poor job of doing updates. We’ve been really busy lately but wanted to let folks know what we plan to do for more of 2013. So far this year we taught ARM Exploitation […]

ARM Exploitation: Switzerland

March 21, 2013 by

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Late last year we got an email from Paul Such (the founder of SCRT Information Security) inviting us to present and lead a workshop at the Insomni’hack 2013 conference.  A workshop is like a 1-day, mini-training.  The conference is a two-track one day conference with workshops beforehand, and an all-night hacking contest and CTF afterwards. Maybe this […]

ARM Exploitation Tokyo: Hacking in the Land of the Rising Sun

February 3, 2013 by

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In mid 2012 we received an email from several folks in Japan asking us if we intended to bring our “ARM Exploitation” course from Blackhat Las Vegas 2012 to Asia. We had originally planned to do our class elsewhere in Asia but our work schedules conflicted pretty dramatically and we were unable to make it happen. But Japan in the New Year […]

ARM TechCon 2012

November 15, 2012 by

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In October (on the heels of our recent ARM Exploitation Research) we were invited to speak at ARMTechCon, one of the largest Microprocessor conferences in the world. It was held at Santa Clara Convention Center in California. We were asked to speak there and sit on an “expert panel” on the security of “Real-World” devices. […]