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Offensive Defense

IP-Box – Why a 4 digit passcode is still a bad idea

Up to the iPhone 4, 4 digit passcodes could be brute-forced¬†within a short amount of time – maximum 30 minutes, depending on the passcode. With the iPhone 4s, the Boot ROM vulnerability required to upload a custom RAM disk has been closed thus rendering newer phones immune to this attack. This is where the IP-Box […]

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Hacklab Q2 – NoSQL mischief

At our reoccurring Hacklab days, we at Compass get the chance to hack some stuff of our own choice together for a day. For example playing with GSM in an attempt to send fake SMS or eavesdrop on voice data, comparing Encase capabilities to Unix command line forensic tools or cloning door entry badges in […]

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