Tagged: security

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The Long Tail of IoT and How We Handle It

There’s the perennial joke that the “S” in IoT stands for “Security”. With cases like the recent spate of WD storage appliances being wiped on mass, which turned out to be an old, but...

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Naively Detecting Pivots with NetFlow

The experiment started with a simple question – can you detect interesting behaviour with only NetFlow data? There are numerous tools on the market that can do this will full network taps but that’s...

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A Matter of Wireless Trust

For various very good reasons, we’ve recently had to change the the certificate presented by our RADIUS server for the wireless networks. The process of accepting the new certificate was a breeze on the...

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There’s Nothing New in IT

Ok, I’ll admit the headline might be a bit much. Especially as we’re now in a world where automation is king (really, stop hand cranking stuff!) and mobile devices are everywhere. However, when you’ve...

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Thunderstrike (Na Na Na Na)

It almost sounds like something out of a movie: the evil villain quietly¬†drops into the conference room and replaces the DisplayPort to VGA adapter with an evil one. Ok, I’ll admit, it’s not the...