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Using nfsshell to compromise older environments

Posted on Friday, October 24th, 2014 by Lee Parkes.

Today I’m going to explore and demonstrate an old tool called nfsshell and tell you why it’s still pretty killer in some testing situations. Nfsshell is one of those incredibly useful but little known tools. Part of the reason for this is that the Network File System (NFS) is quite rare these days. Not many […] Read More

Tearing down and reverse engineering Android (toys)

Posted on Thursday, October 23rd, 2014 by David Lodge.

Today, I’m going to go onto a different track. I’m going to be discussing breaking a toy apart. I saw a TV advert for the ApPen which sort of intrigued me. It connects to a device and acts as a touch pen and can provide some extra controls. I’m a Yorkshireman buying so something called […] Read More

Using hexdump analysis for firmware extraction: A how-to

Posted on Monday, October 20th, 2014 by David Lodge.

Introduction This week I’m going to go into (drum roll please) firmware extraction! A thrilling subject at the best of times, which I’m sure you’ll agree is just the thing to read whilst weeping into your microwaved meal at your solitary existence. Why would you want to extract firmware from a device in the first […] Read More

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