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Smart Meters – A proof of concept: hacking a smart meter

Smart Meters – A proof of concept: hacking a smart meter

In previous articles, sufficient evidence has been provided (both from theory and passive observation PLC traffic) to prove that the PRIME protocol is vulnerable to cyberattacks du[...]

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Kerberos (III): How does delegation work?

Kerberos (III): How does delegation work?

Introduction There are several kinds of delegation implemented by using the Kerberos protocol. Basically, delegation allows a service to impersonate the client user to interact wit[...]

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Smart Meters – Threats and Attacks to PRIME Meters

Smart Meters – Threats and Attacks to PRIME Meters

A golden rule in the world of cybersecurity is that the system risk is greater than the aggregate risk of its component elements. This is because, as the number of vulnerable eleme[...]

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Smart Meters – The Spanish Scenario and the Telemanagement System

Smart Meters – The Spanish Scenario and the Telemanagement System

Smart meters have become a reality in recent years not only in new housing, but also in older buildings where—by legal requirement—they have had to renew their measuring device[...]

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Vulnerabilities in Ampache (<=3.9.1)

Vulnerabilities in Ampache (<=3.9.1)

During a Red Team operation, multiple vulnerabilities where discovered in Ampache, an open source web platform for audio/video streaming. CVE codes have been assigned for two of th[...]

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Kerberos (II): How to attack Kerberos?

Kerberos (II): How to attack Kerberos?

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Attacking QA platforms: Selenium Grid

Attacking QA platforms: Selenium Grid

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Security in Sciter-based applications

Security in Sciter-based applications

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Linux process infection (part I)

Linux process infection (part I)

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