1 May, 2018

Who’s Watching the Watchers (Vol. II): Norton Core Secure WiFi Router

Recently, the articles on hacking IoT devices and their poor security are whirling over the media. In conjunction with that, Trustwave has published its report. There, it is stated that the number of those enterprises that use IoT devices is growing, and, consequently, so does the likelihood of stumbling across security issues a device may
24 April, 2018

First glance on OS VRP by Huawei

Up to now, a lot of research articles about Cisco and Juniper hardware and software has been published, but there is almost nothing on Huawei. In 2012, Felix ‘FX’ Lindner presented his research “Hacking Huawei VRP,” where he described internals of command subsystem and memory management of Versatile Routing Platform – Huawei’s own network operating
24 October, 2017

UEFI BIOS holes. So Much Magic. Don’t Come Inside.

Introduction In recent years, embedded software security has become a red-hot topic, attracting the attention of high profile security researchers from all around the globe. However, the quality of code is still far from perfect as long as its security is considered. For instance, the CVE-2017-5721 SMM Privilege Elevation vulnerability in the firmware could affect