Colin O’Flynn joins Joe+Joe+Dymtry, so ‘power trio’ is no longer appropriate.
Does ‘power trio’ apply to training companies, as well as rock bands? 🙂
“Combined, we have over 25 years of experience teaching hardware security trainings and we have taught hundreds of classes. We have helped leading tech companies build their security teams and taught thousands of hardware security engineers the skills necessary for their day to day work. Our unique experience is unparalleled in the industry.”
“The BSODomizer is a man-in-the-middle device that connects between a target computer and monitor. It intercepts the legitimate video signal and replaces it with a fake BSOD (Blue Screen of Death) or other user-defined image at a pre-configured time interval or when triggered by an infrared remote control. The BSODomizer can automatically detect when the target computer is turned off or restarted, in which case it will revert to the harmless video pass-through mode leaving the user unaware of any wrongdoing. Released in 2008, the original BSODomizer produces a text-only display at 1024×768 resolution and connects to the target through an HD-15/VGA interface. Two CR2032 3V Lithium coin cell batteries provide the required power. It is no longer being produced. BSODomizer HD, created in 2016, is an enhanced, FPGA-based version of the BSODomizer. It features improved graphics interception and triggering capability, and produces a 1920×1080 (1080p) resolution image on any HDMI-compliant display. […]”
Joe Grand is giving a presentation, “Tools of the Hardware Hacking Trade”, at Duo Security’s Duo Tech Talks in Michigan
Joe Grand (@joegrand) will be trekking to Ann Arbor to teach you all the tools and tricks you need to get into hardware hacking and reversing! Joe currently runs Grand Idea Studio and is a bit of a hardware legend. He was a member of the hacking collective L0pht (along with Mudge, a previous Duo Tech Talk speaker) and was responsible for many years of the coolest DEFCON badges:
Meetup.com event page:
Joe Grand of Grand Idea Studios gave a presentation at OSBridge the other week, video is now online:
Open Source Tools of the Hardware Hacking Trade
Many embedded systems contain design flaws that could lead to exploitable vulnerabilities. In order to discover such flaws, hackers and engineers use a specific set of tools. In this session, Joe will discuss his favorite open source hardware hacking and reverse engineering tools, including those that monitor/decode digital communications, extract firmware, inject/spoof data, and identify/connect to debug interfaces.
What: HushCon 2015
Where: Seattle, WA, USA
When: December 2015
The event includes Hardware Training:
Joe Grand (@joegrand) – Hands-on Hardware Hacking and Reverse Engineering
Joe FitzPatrick (@securelyfitz) – Applied Physical Attacks On x86 Systems
The conference’s web site is under construction, look at their Twitter feed for current info.