The Embedi team focuses not only on the security of embedded/smart devices and firmware for computers but also on critical devices, such as ATMs. ATMs consist of various devices with their own firmware. Application Control solutions fall into the type of software that appeals to our interests the most. These are now widely available on the market, but attacks on ATMs have so far been successfully pursued. We have become interested in how this software actually protects ATMs and does it make it harder for hackers to get to the cash.
In recent years, there is an increasing attention to the UEFI BIOS security. As a result, there are more advanced technologies created to protect UEFI BIOS from illegal modifications.
In this article, we are going to discuss vulnerabilities detected in the top D-Link routers:
Thousands of security incidents related to embedded-devices show us that devices do not provide the security level we can rely on. Sure thing, manufacturers use some technics like secure boot, firmware signature, etc., but mostly they take such measures only for expensive and enterprise devices.