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Int3.cc: Tools for the Talented

July 31, 2013 by

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For the last few years on this blog we’ve been publishing more and more about embedded systems. We started with “Disassembling Blackberry Apps” which (to this day) we still get emails about thanking us for the disassembler patches we released. A few years back as Ridley was getting into “hardware hacking” and attacking embedded systems […]

BreakPoint 2012 (Melbourne, Australia). A long overdue post…

October 21, 2012 by

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We spoke at Breakpoint 2012 in Melbourne, Australia. Whatta cool con. A researcher’s conference. It was small and highly relevant with great content. It was also a really great choice of venue (The Intercontinental). For the last decade or so I’ve used the term “rux” like people use the term “0wn”. I’ve also used the […]

BlackHat Las Vegas 2012

August 11, 2012 by

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“The sky above Las Vegas was the color of television, tuned to a dead channel…“ Ok it wasn’t. In fact it was bright, beautiful, sunny and hot as sh*t. Neal Stephenson did the keynote at BlackHat this year, so we felt we should sling the obligatory cyberpunk reference into this post….and because I (Ridley) am writing […]

Teaming Up With Trail of Bits

August 8, 2012 by

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Following our Blackhat 2012 training and talk we received a bunch of emails, tweets, and IMs  asking one thing: “When are you going to offer this to the public again? I couldn’t make it to the BlackHat course.” With the exception of CanSecWest and BlackHat we’ve mostly been giving this (and customized versions of similar […]

Beans on NPR

July 28, 2012 by

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Following our talk at Blackhat 2012 entitled “Practical ARM Exploitation”, we were honored to be asked to participate in a BlackHat press conference. After getting briefed by the Media Coordinator and Vincenzo Iozzo  we summarized our talk and training in the simplest of terms to a room of reporters and journalists. After the press conference […]

SecuInside 2012 (Seoul Korea)

July 9, 2012 by

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Uhm….so apparently CTFs have REALLY blown up! As a founding member of Kenshoto, I remember how we pushed the envelope for CTFs (building automatic scoring systems, *actual* challenges, etc.) I was also the VJ for our first two years running, lugging my 500 DVDs with me to play my favorite little esoteric cyberpunk clips from […]

Bustication Everywhere: A CanSecWest 2012 Retrospective

March 11, 2012 by

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Another conference has come and gone. Sometimes it seems that the annual conference schedule is the metronome to which the Infosec world paces itself. The coming and going of conferences is the only consistency in this idiosyncratic industry full of neurosis and theatrics. This year’s CanSecWest held true to form and was the stage for […]