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A pair of security researchers uncovered a way to hack some SD cards and potentially go undetected. The researchers, Andrew ‘bunnie’ Huang and Sean ‘xobs’ Cross, unveiled details of their research at the Chaos Communication Congress (3OC3). According to the duo, a hacker could implement an attack that allows them to execute arbitrary code on […]

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At the Chaos Communication Congress (30C3), researchers bunnie and xobs have revealed the existence of vulnerabilities in Secure Digital (SD) memory cards that can be exploited for arbitrary code execution. The security holes in memory cards can be leveraged for man-in-the-middle (MITM…

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