Recently we posted first part of our Bluetooth research diary. Today, we want to continue on that topic and tell you about Bluetooth proxying and packet replay with a new tool.
This time we had a new gadget to play with: our colleague Florian Grunow shared with us a curious IoT device – Bluetooth socks… real socks that you control with an app to heat your feet. The future is here… 😉 Continue reading “Research Diary: Bluetooth. Part 2”
As you probably know we perform research on a regular base at ERNW.
We – Olga and Rafael – started with a research project about Bluetooth. Our first goal was to gain some knowledge about the tools used by most Linux systems to communicate with Bluetooth hardware, such as BlueZ. A good help for that was the amazing Bluetooth hacking workshop we had before (check the link in our blog!)
Fernando Gont, who is specializing in the field of communications protocols security, gave a talk during this year’s Troopers IPv6 summit. He spoke about network reconnaissance techniques in IPv6 area and presented a brand new set of tools for this purpose. Continue reading “Advanced IPv6 Network Reconnaissance”
In the beginning of September, I had an opportunity to take part in BlackHoodie – a reversing workshop for women organized by Marion Marschalek, senior malware researcher at Cyphort, Inc. It took place on 5th and 6th of September at University of Applied Sciences St. Pölten, Austria. Continue reading “BlackHoodie: Reversing Workshop for Women”