Start off with zi fumbling to describe Sha-mbles, but quickly get into our groove as we discuss #Shitrix, Responsible Disclosure, and other exploits.
First episode of the decade! First, CCC then some Kali news and all the technical details we can find behind several issues impacting the new Edge browser, Teslas, Cisco DC Network Manager, and others. Ending off with a discussion about a Data-Oriented Programming attack mitigation: Shadow clones.
Starting off the episode is a quick review of Real-World Bug Hunting before moving into this week's news and the Plundervolt vulnerability.
Permanent Android DoS vulnerability, snooping on VPN traffic, value of anti-viruses, contact-less payment vulnerabilities, and more in this episode of DAY
In this episode we discuss some recent news regarding encryption laws, and the DHS updating the CWE Top 25 list. Then move into a handful of exploits before ending with some discussions about defending and attacking machine learning systems.
In this episode we discuss a recent NSA advisory regarding best practices for intercepting TLS traffic. We also take a look at a recent DOM Clobbering (XSS) finding, several VNC exploits, and end with a discussion on fuzzer performance and hardening against power-analysis side channels.
Plenty of websites are offering deals for Black Friday, these are the places we plan to check out.
Over the past few weeks, those of you who frequent the DAY streams over on our Twitch may have seen me working on trying to understand the recent Android Binder Use-After-Free (UAF) published by Google's Project Zero (p0). This bug is actually not new, the issue was discovered and fixed in the mainline kernel in February 2018, however, p0 discovered many popular devices did not receive the patch downstream. Some of these devices include the Pixel 2, the Huawei P20, and Samsung Galaxy S7, S8,