Exploiting Browsers the Logical Way.

Ein absolut lesenswertes Whitepaper über logische Sicherheitslücken in Chrome, ohne Buffer Overflows und Voodoo. Dafür mit einigen netten Tricks. Hach, schönes Ding!

Hacking a browser might seem difficult for people with little experience in the security field. People tend to think exploiting browsers is about buffer overflows and complicated sandboxes escapes. Testing for these type of bugs can be largely automated, but requires a lot of technical knowledge and usually involves using a large set of tools.

Exploiting Browsers the Logical Way.

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Ein Operationsroboter im Internet lässt sich hacken.

Wer sich zwischen einen Remote-Operationsroboter und der Steuerung hängen kann, der kann das Ding über das Protokoll auch komplett selbst fernsteuern. Da ist kein Hexenwerk dabei. Die Videosignale sind auch nicht verschlüsselt, also ohne VPN oder ähnliche Sicherung ist das System sehr angreifbar.

This communication takes place over public networks that are potentially accessible to anyone. And because the robot is designed to work in extreme conditions, this communications link can be a low-quality connection to the internet, perhaps even over wireless.

Security Experts Hack Teleoperated Surgical Robot.

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Die Illusion kosmischer Wolken.

Pareidolia is the psychological phenomenon where people see recognizable shapes in clouds, rock formations, or otherwise unrelated objects or data. There are many examples of this phenomenon on Earth and in space. When an image from NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory of PSR B1509-58 — a spinning neutron star surrounded by a cloud of energetic particles –was released in 2009, it quickly gained attention because many saw a hand-like structure in the X-ray emission.

Illusions in the Cosmic Clouds (2014)

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