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Alarm bells ringing!

By Neil Biggs, 05 Oct. 2015

In previous blog posts we examined peripheral devices that are considered to be part of the Internet of Things (IoT), such as printers (Hacking Canon Pixma Printers - Doomed Encryption) ...

Social Engineering
Hacking without Computers – An Introduction to Social Engineering

By Owen Wright, 21 Sept. 2015

The concept of manipulating people and processes for some benefit pre-dates the invention of computers and the concept of cyber security, and goes well beyond the realms of IT and ...

Nation States: The Godfathers of Targeted Attacks

By Kat Demidecka, 15 Sept. 2015

For many years the world of targeted cyber attacks was limited to nation states; few others had the understanding, resources or much to gain from carrying out such an attack. ...

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A Scout’s Guide to Incident Response

By Nick Mazitelli, 08 Sept. 2015

This part of our blog series, covering the recent work we have done with the Institution of Engineering and Technology, looks at incident response, drawing on the article we contributed ...

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Good advice, a rare commodity?

By Nick Mazitelli, 02 Sept. 2015

Information is the lifeblood of effective cyber security. Without a current understanding of the threats, protections, technologies and best practices cyber security activity will be divorced from the reality on ...

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KGDB on Android: Debugging the kernel like a boss

By Andy Monaghan, 17 Aug. 2015

A few months back I purchased the Android Hacker's Handbook. For those of you who haven't got a copy and are interested in the Android security landscape, I'd highly recommend ...

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Wireless Phishing with Captive Portals

By Jan Tudor, 20 July 2015

In this post we describe a simple technique that has been around for some time that is still relevant today given the proliferation of open access wireless networks. Most people ...

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