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The big GSM write-up – how to capture, analyze and crack GSM? – 4.

So. I had some requests asking me about how I did what I did with GSM. What tools did I use, what hardware and what options? Since I believe strongly that GSM needs to be “out in the hands of … Continue reading

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The big GSM write-up – how to capture, analyze and crack GSM? – 3.

So. I had some requests asking me about how I did what I did with GSM. What tools did I use, what hardware and what options? Since I believe strongly that GSM needs to be “out in the hands of … Continue reading

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The big GSM write-up – how to capture, analyze and crack GSM? – 2.

So. I had some requests asking me about how I did what I did with GSM. What tools did I use, what hardware and what options? Since I believe strongly that GSM needs to be “out in the hands of … Continue reading

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The big GSM write-up – how to capture, analyze and crack GSM? – 1.

So. I had some requests asking me about how I did what I did with GSM. What tools did I use, what hardware and what options? Since I believe strongly that GSM needs to be “out in the hands of … Continue reading

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Aaaand it’s gone!

I just got an email from Opscode (the company behind Chef) that their wiki and ticketing system has been compromised, the attacker was able to download the whole database including usernames and passwords. The passwords were hashed using PBKDF2 (Password-based … Continue reading

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Linksys E900 serial port pinout

Lately I did some hacking with this router, and since I couldn’t find any information about the serial port and especially about its pinout I decided to publish what I found out. First: to take the router apart you need … Continue reading

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SIM cards are broken

Today’s news is that Karsten Nohl did it again. This German security researcher is slowly, but constantly rising in my eyes to become one of those few heroic people that I think are changing and shaping our world to make … Continue reading

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Cracker Summer

It’s quite interesting to see how some crackers start to act when it is summertime and everybody expects about 2-3 months of total boredom. Let’s re-cap quickly what happened in the past month or so: – Drupal.org breach – UbuntuForums … Continue reading

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HP’s love for Wisconsin

I just read this quite nice article about a backdoor in HP’s D2D/StorOnce Storage unit. It is unbelievable how a vendor can ignore such a huge problem. Anyhow, I decided to publish the password behind the SHA1, mainly because the … Continue reading

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GSM project is up on GitHub

I decided to create a new, separate project for all my GSM research. My goal is to sniff my own data, crack the key, and read the SMS I sent/listen to the voice call I made. I am still hesitating … Continue reading

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