Surveillance is always of great interest among hackers. Not so much as that they want to remain undetected, but more in a sense that surveillance is a breach of privacy. And privacy itself is something highly valued. Simon Menner is an artist, recently quite well known for his carmouflage shots, where he photographed carmouflaged snipers […]Read more "32c3 Review: What does Big Brother see, while he is watching?"
Marie Moe (@MarieGMoe) is a young associate professor for security research at sintef in Norway. And she has a pacemaker. So naturally, she started to research a bit: What kind of wireless interfaces are implemented in a pacemaker? Which information is shared with other parties about her? How do you deal with bugs in such a system? […]Read more "32c3 Review: Unpatchable – Living with a vulnerable implanted device"
Actually I feel sorry a bit for the perl community, because (in my opinion) Netanel Rubin is a great troll. And a great hacker. A bad combination, if you are the target. A great combination, if you sit in the audience. He (again) found some very non obvious language features, which translate in horrible side […]Read more "32c3 Review: The Perl Jam 2: The Camel Strikes Back"
I was able to attend the 32c3 last year, and had a great time there. I will share with you some of my highlights within the next days. We start with day one. This talk had it all: The ingenious hacker who took apart the Electronic Control Unit (ECU) of his own car to show how […]Read more "32c3 Review: Dieselgate"
I’m restarting. My old blog will retire, and here we go with a new start. I have no idea where this blog will lead me, but the general idea is, at the moment, to jot down memorable stuff I’m running into. I guess a lot of it will be technology related, but I don’t know […]Read more "Ready for launch!"