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Too Curious For My Own Good: Jam Intercept and Replay Attack against Rolling Code Key Fob Entry Systems using RTL-SDR For the past 6 months I have been developing a proof of concept attack against rolling code key fob entry systems. Some examples of affected systems would be the key fob you use to unlock your car. Or the key fob you use to disarm your home security system. Or even open the garage door. The oscillators used in these key fobs are typically low cost, meaning that they may not operate at exactly their design frequency throughout the full temperature range.

An Encrypted Internet Is a Basic Human Right Nico Sell is co-founder and co-chairman of Wickr Inc. This Op-Ed is part of a series provided by the World Economic Forum Technology Pioneers, class of 2015. Sell contributed this article to Live Science's Expert Voices: Op-Ed & Insights. George Washington could have become a king, but instead devoted his life to giving power back to the people. This is why his political heritage remains so strong today, inspiring millions around the world to continue striving for liberty and democracy. One of my favorite U.S. presidents, Washington proved that great leaders rule by empowering the people, not by usurping power.

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Free Malware Analysis Training Class from Cybrary Get started with Malware Analysis by viewing the course videos below. If you are looking to learn how to perform dynamic and static analysis on major files types, carve malicious executables from documents, and how to recognize common malware tactics, this course is the one. Start learning by clicking on a module below! Ask anyone in the industry and they’ll confirm: advanced Cyber Security training courses command top dollar. HTML + JavaScript + CSS = Employment Posted in: Careers / Featured Courses This is a guest blog post from Microsoft’s JavaScript, HTML and CSS Web Development course team. You may have heard somewhere along your career path that web development is a hot area where your career can really take off and earn you more than you ever thought before. You may have also read articles that cite large average salaries of $87,000 USD. Even the US Department of Labor projects that the web developer profession will continue to grow year over year through 2020.

mitmproxy — mitmproxy 0.17 documentation mitmproxy is a console tool that allows interactive examination and modification of HTTP traffic. It differs from mitmdump in that all flows are kept in memory, which means that it’s intended for taking and manipulating small-ish samples. Use the ? shortcut key to view, context-sensitive documentation from any mitmproxy screen. hackme: Deconstructing an ELF File A friend recently asked me to find the password for a little hard-to-hack program he had written and I agreed to it. The short journey of a few hours that led me to its password were extremely interesting and this article describes the process as well as some of the new techniques learnt along the way. Few minutes after accepting his challenge, I received a binary called "hackme" in an E-mail and I got started! Those interested in giving it a shot can download the binary file and get back to this article later.

Free Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking Training Course The control of information is something the elite always does … Information, knowledge, is power.” – Tom Clancy No longer will money have dominion over our ability to learn. Penetration testing and ethical hacking are skill sets as in-demand as anything else in the Cyber Security industry. Previous to Cybrary, this type of training was very expensive, and now it is free. Extremely severe bug leaves dizzying number of software and devices vulnerable Researchers have discovered a potentially catastrophic flaw in one of the Internet's core building blocks that leaves hundreds or thousands of apps and hardware devices vulnerable to attacks that can take complete control over them. The vulnerability was introduced in 2008 in GNU C Library, a collection of open source code that powers thousands of standalone applications and most distributions of Linux, including those distributed with routers and other types of hardware. A function known as getaddrinfo() that performs domain-name lookups contains a buffer overflow bug that allows attackers to remotely execute malicious code.

backdooring your javascript using minifier bugs In addition to unforgettable life experiences and personal growth, one thing I got out of DEF CON 23 was a copy of POC||GTFO 0x08 from Travis Goodspeed. The coolest article I’ve read so far in it is “Deniable Backdoors Using Compiler Bugs,” in which the authors abused a pre-existing bug in CLANG to create a backdoored version of sudo that allowed any user to gain root access. This is very sneaky, because nobody could prove that their patch to sudo was a backdoor by examining the source code; instead, the privilege escalation backdoor is inserted at compile-time by certain (buggy) versions of CLANG. That got me thinking about whether you could use the same backdoor technique on javascript.

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