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2018-08-14 | Orange’s 4-chain exploit to RCE on Amazon, Bounty Machine, and The Next 50-years in cyber security
Tuesday, August 14
Still basking in the Vegas afterglow, especially with #h1702 and #HackTheMarines.
The Def Con voting village made waves again. Rachel Tobac showed how to gain physical admin access on a machine in under 2-minutes, an 11-year old was able to manipulate a mock Florida election site to alter results displayed. Here’s a Def Con voting village day 1 recap and see more on their twitter feed.
TWEET OF THE DAY
CRYPTO MEANS CRYPTOGRAPHY - @EFF
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Orange Tsai: How I chained 4 bugs (or features :P) into RCE on Amazon! (tweet has link to slides)
Introduced at Def Con in the Recon Village: Bounty Machine
Quantifying your unknown risks. Ryan Magoo makes a case for risk estimation in cyber security. Ryan also opines about “Making our risks as quantifiable and predictable as the weather” in his post, “The next 50 years of cyber security”.
Bumping demand only 1% for HVAC in a city could take down the grid if an attacker had a very large botnet of IoT devices according to new research to be presented at Usinex Security Conference this week according to Wired.
Nuix’s Josh Mitchell shows that at least 4 models of body cameras in use by police forces are susceptible to attacks that would allow an attacker to remotely connect, view and modify media.
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I can connect to the cameras, log in, view media, modify media, make changes to the file structures.
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