This video shows how Google provides physical and logical security for their data center customers. Quite interesting, and I especially enjoy the 80’s music in the background.
Posts Tagged: physical security
I’ll speak at the OWASP NYC Chapter at Bank of New York Mellon this Thursday, check the link for getting on the waiting list (at the time of writing, the meeting is fully booked). I’ll speak about hardware hacks (not lock picking, but rather how to use hardware to attack software), and present my tool Inception… Read more »
A couple of days after demonstrating winlockpwn I came over libforensic1394, a full C library with full Python bindings for leveraging the SBP2 FireWire (IEE1394) DMA feature to perform memory dumps and live patching of physical memory. It works like a charm, and it is much more stable than the old winlockpwn hack. This is… Read more »