Denis Makrushin

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26/03/17 |Research # , , , ,

Fooling the ‘Smart City’

How to trick traffic sensors

The concept of a smart city involves bringing together various modern technologies and solutions that can ensure comfortable and convenient provision of services to people, public safety, efficient consumption of resources, etc. However, something that often goes under the radar of enthusiasts championing the smart city concept is the security of smart city components themselves. The truth is that a smart city’s infrastructure develops faster than security tools do, leaving ample room for the activities of both curious researchers and cybercriminals. Continue reading

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Do not stop - one spark is enough to burn down the whole forest. Same way, I believe, we spread knowledge and raise awareness. #KLMETA

Looking back on the day that @JacobyDavid and @difezza made me play network defender and look at security via the #IoT at #TheSAS2018 https://t.co/hZlGvzkJFV on the @kaspersky blog

I found critical vulnerabilities in D-Link routers:
CVE-2018-6210
CVE-2018-6211
CVE-2018-6212
CVE-2018-6213
Officially: the only way to eliminate these vulnerabilities is to replace the hardware. Not officially: restrict access to the telnet and web-dashboard. Report is coming.

Time of death? A therapeutic postmortem of connected medicine:
the full paper of the research, that shows the entry points in a medical perimeter and sheds light on threats in medical and pharmaceutical institutions. https://t.co/mxLEXX3CDg

Yury Namestnikov and @difezza are discussing vulnerabilities for medical institutions. Printers and #IoT connected kettles can offer access. #TheSAS2018

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